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Some Amazon Prime shipments won’t arrive for a month due to coronavirus

March 23, 2020

Via: Fortune

Amazon Prime members who are used to getting their orders in 24 to 48 hours are facing a new reality as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic spreads. The online retailer says certain nonessential items will be de-prioritized and could take one month or longer to be delivered.

Some items, including select Nvidia graphics cards, are showing delivery dates of April 21. The news comes days after Amazon said it would prioritize medical supplies and household staples (along with other high-demand products) as it deals with increased workloads from the outbreak.

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