IBM says it will no longer sell or research facial recognition software, and Amazon announced a moratorium on police use of its software.
Amazon employees will start receiving their normal pay rates in June.
A Marketplace Edison Research poll found a third have lost hours but 16% are working more.
Employees are asking consumers to refrain from buying these companies' products or services.
It's mostly up to companies to decide who gets hazard pay, and for how long.
Amazon, Instacart and Whole Foods face backlash from workers concerned about safe working conditions.
Some companies are hiring people to go to work, so that others can avoid going out as much as possible.
To get customers their orders faster, Amazon spent an additional $1 billion in its latest quarter.