They may come from different backgrounds, but they share the same mission. The people who work in Amazon's operations network are making sure customers can get the products they need while the pandemic makes staying at home a matter of both personal and public health. Since the beginning of the emergency, the company has opened 15,000 new full and part-time positions and delivery driver opportunities across its UK fulfilment and logistics network to help meet customer demand and assist existing associates fulfilling orders. For many who had to put their business or work on hold due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, a temporary role at Amazon has provided a welcome opportunity. A judo instructor, a digital nomad, a professional speedway rider, a pet home boarding franchisee, and a wedding photographer: here are just some of the people who are stepping up during these unprecedented times.