In a statement, Amazon said it is “supporting the individual who is now in quarantine” and has “implemented proactive measures to protect employees including increased cleaning at all facilities, maintaining social distance, and adding distance between drivers and customers when making deliveries.”

But The Washington Post in a report this week spoke to Amazon warehouse employees who expressed concerns that the company wasn’t taking adequate precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic. “Warehouse workers in the United States and Europe say they worry their workplaces aren’t safe enough and could contribute to the spread of the virus,” the Post reported. Amazon warehouse workers in Italy and Spain had previously tested positive for the novel coronavirus.