(CNN Business)Amazon said Thursday that 19,816 of its front-line employees at Amazon and Whole Foods have tested positive or been presumed positive for the coronavirus, shedding light for the first time on how its workforce has been impacted by Covid-19.

The company had resisted sharing comprehensive data with the public and with its own workers since the start of the pandemic.

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