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BusinessToday.In | June 29, 2020

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Amazon India to hire 20,000 temporary employees in customer service
Amazon India on Sunday said that it's offering temporary or seasonal employment in customer service (CS) organisation to nearly 20,000 people. The candidates would be required to help customers in India and worldwide with a seamless online shopping experience, the e-commerce major also said in a statement. The fresh positions are open in Hyderabad, Pune, Coimbatore, Noida, Kolkata, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Mangaluru, Indore, Bhopal and Lucknow.

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Global coronavirus deaths top half a million

The death toll from COVID-19 surpassed half a million people on Sunday, according to a Reuters tally, a grim milestone for the global pandemic that seems to be resurgent in some countries even as other regions are still grappling with the first wave. The respiratory illness caused by the new coronavirus has been particularly dangerous for the elderly, although other adults and children are also among the 501,000 fatalities and 10.1 million reported cases.

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