Gizmodo.com says, "As the world social distances to reduce the spread of covid-19, many people are turning to Amazon Prime to help deliver products to their homes. However, due to Amazon’s recent announcement that it would start prioritizing delivery of essential items, many less-critical Amazon Prime orders are now seeing shipping delays of up to a month."
NJ.com reports, "Amazon Prime has delayed delivery of some products it deems non-essential or not in high-demand until late April in response to coronavirus."
On the bright side, Amazon plans to hire 100,000 workers. Foxnews.com reports, "Amazon on Monday announced plans to hire 100,000 new workers in the U.S. to keep up with a surge of orders from people confined to their homes during the coronavirus outbreak."