GameStop Allegedly Telling Employees To Wrap Their Hands In Plastic Bags & Keep Working Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

GameStop Allegedly Telling Employees To Wrap Their Hands In Plastic Bags & Keep Working Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

#Roommates, as we continue to deal with the realities of self-quarantine, social distancing and business closures—there are still those establishments determined to remain open during the current coronavirus crisis. GameStop is allegedly telling employees to simply place plastic bags on their hands in order to continue working despite the jeopardy to their health.

According to the @BostonGlobe, GameStop employees in Boston, Massachusetts have allegedly been instructed to wrap their hands in plastic bags in order for the company to operate curbside pickup, which is not considered an “essential” service. GameStop has faced intense criticism for remaining open during the coronavirus outbreak and finally decided to close stores to customers after intense scrutiny, which is when the

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