Amgen continues to produce medicine, donates funds amid COVID-19 pandemic

COURTESY AMGEN RHODE ISLAND/THOMAS SEEWOESTER
COURTESY AMGEN RHODE ISLAND/THOMAS SEEWOESTER
COMMITTED: The majority of the Amgen Rhode Island workforce has been working remotely from home amid the coronavirus pandemic, but Thomas Seewoester, vice president of site operations for Rhode Island, is part of a rotating group that works at the West Greenwich facility to support a handful of essential staff members who are practicing social…

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