“Amazon is an ever-living city,” says one employee. It is also now, despite the emergency. The Piacenza plant, one of the areas most affected by the current coronavirus epidemic, never stops. Workers manage parcels and items that are often not basic necessities and risk doing so to their health. Now the company promises to “prioritize” the necessary products but the workers are afraid: “Amazon cannot secure us”. And those who “cannot afford to go on strike” go to work.