Walmart workers get another bonus applied to their paychecks for working amid the coronavirus pandemic

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Walmart's hourly employees, managers, and drivers received their second batch of bonus payments Thursday totaling 390 million.

Employees received the payments as COVID-19 cases spike in states across the country.

Walmart's second bonus also comes as other companies roll-back coronavirus related pay bumps.

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Walmart workers received their second round of bonuses from the company Thursday for working during the coronavirus pandemic.

The second round of payouts, which included 300 for hourly full-time employees, 150 for part-time and temporary employees, 400 for assistant managers, and 300 for Walmart Private Fleet truck drivers comes as cases of COVID-19 spike in states around the country. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquidSee Also:GNC is closing 248 stores after filing for bankruptcy. Here's the full list.US shoppers are spending more outside the grocery store, but there's still a long road to recovery in the retail sectorEskimo Pie Ice Cream will change its problematic name and packaging that's rooted in derogatory stereotypesSEE ALSO: MGM and Caesars casinos change their policies to require all visitors wear masks