In light of the ongoing global health and economic crisis, Amazon is making regular changes to support customers, employees and third-party sellers alike. At SellerMobile, it is our goal to keep you updated on the changes to Amazon programs and policies. We plan to give you weekly updates for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic to help you navigate the uncertainty in the eCommerce industry.

The Latest Amazon COVID-19 Updates

April 8 – Amazon is suspending its own delivery service, Amazon Shipping, starting June to allow drivers to collect packages from sellers and deliver them directly to customers.

April 6 – Amazon is temporarily extending return windows. Any purchases made between March 1 and April 30 through Amazon or seller partners in the U.S. and Canada can be returned until May 31, 2020.

April 6 – While Amazon has not officially released a statement, the company continues to freeze FBA shipments of non-essential items. The suspension was supposed to be lifted on April 5.

April 4 – Amazon is reportedly postponing its major shopping event, Prime Day, until at least August 2020.