In March, Amazon workers in at least six warehouses across the United States tested positive for COVID-19, now that number has increased by nearly ten-fold.
Amazon said it fired Christian Smalls, who had contact with the virus patient, after he violated a paid quarantine to join the protest.
The report did not give actual hours of usage, but ranked YouTube Kids first, followed by Netflix. YouTube itself was in third place.
"I feel it's going to take someone to die for them to finally take action," protest co-organizer Mario Crippen, 26, said.
Amazon workers in at least eleven warehouses across the United States have tested positive for COVID-19.
Fulfillment centers in New York, Florida, Kentucky, Texas, Michigan and Oklahoma have been closed down.
Amazon considers baby products, health and household items, beauty and personal care, groceries, industrial, scientific and pet supplies as essential products.
The free service is dedicated entirely to keeping kids busy while they are stuck indoors during their time off from school, as school closures and coronavirus lockdowns increase worldwide.
As of Sunday morning, it appears that Amazon has blocked the option to ship items to Israel; some clients were informed their order is cancelled.
In one email seen by the 'Guardian,' sellers of secondhand copies of Hitler’s Nazi manifesto were told that “they can no longer offer this book” since it breaks the Amazon website’s code of conduct.