Amazon has decided not to make any special offer sales during the covid epidemic disaster in India. A spokesman for Amazon said the offer did not matter when the country as a whole was facing a major crisis and that efforts should be made to deliver the essentials at this time.
The company on Thursday confirmed that it is suspending Prime Day Sale, the annual sale of Amazon.com in Canada and India due to covid-19 concerns. But the company said the suspension would not affect Prime Day in the US
As the number of covid-19 cases is increasing in Canada and India, we need to protect the health and safety of our employees and customers. As a result, 2021 Prime Day sales have been temporarily postponed, according to an email sent to Amazon sellers.
There have been fewer immunizations in Canada than expected. According to the vaccine tracker, less than 3 percent of the population has been vaccinated. Meanwhile, India, which is experiencing a severe shortage of medical equipment, reported 412,262 new virus cases and 3,980 deaths on wednesday
Amazon had to postpone annual worldwide sales last year due to an epidemic. Prime Day Sales is a way to attract and retain new Prime subscribers who pay monthly and annual fees for delivery discounts and other services such as video streaming.