Is Amazon still delivering packages during shelter-in-place? Here’s what you need to know

Is Amazon still delivering packages during shelter-in-place? Here’s what you need to know

Amazon told third-party sellers and vendors earlier this weekthat all shipments of non-essential products to its warehouses will be halted in response to the high demand of items due to coronavirus.The online retail giant said in the statement only shipments of “household staples, medical supplies and other high-demand products” would be accepted until April 5.Here’s what that means and everything you need to know about ordering on Amazon during the coronavirus pandemic, and increasing shelter-in-place orders to stay at home.Is Amazon still delivering packages? Yes, Amazon is still delivering....

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