The massive outbreak of coronavirus in India has hit e-commerce businesses too in addition to other sectors.
E-commerce giant Flipkart on Wednesday announced that it is temporarily suspending its services.
“Hello Fellow Indians, We are temporarily suspending our services. Your needs have always been our priority and our promise is that we will be back to serve you, as soon as possible,” a statement on the company’s website reads.
Meanwhile, Myntra has also announced that it is not accepting any new orders as of now.
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“In support of the PM’s announcement regarding the national lockdown, we are temporarily not accepting any new orders. We will inform you when we’re up again. Stay tuned for updates and in the meantime, stay home and stay safe,” a statement in the company’s website added.
On the other hand, Amazon India on Tuesday announced that it will be focusing on delivering only high-priority products to its customers and has disabled shipment of low-priority products.
A statement in the company’s website reads,” To serve customers’ most urgent needs while also ensuring safety of our associates, we are prioritizing all our resources to serve products that are currently high priority for customers. Other products are temporarily unavailable for purchase.”