Keeping in mind the Corona virus, e-commerce sites Amazon, Growers and Big Basket have closed some of their services in India. According to Amazon, orders will not be taken for products other than essential products. The company has also discontinued its delivery system. On the other hand, only the delivery of milk on the Big Basket will be done before 7 am. Let me tell you that yesterday, on 24 March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the lockdown of the country for 21 days, after which this step has been taken by the companies.
These products will be delivered by Amazon
According to Amazon's official blog post, orders for packaged food, healthcare, hygiene and personal safety products will be taken. They will also be delivered as well.
Grophers stopped delivery
Along with Amazon and Flipkart, growers have also temporarily stopped delivery of non-essential orders. The company has apologized to its customers for not being able to deliver orders. The company has said in the message that we know that it is very important to deliver the required goods at this time, but due to the lockdown, the delivery is not being done at the right time. Also many of our warehouses are closed. At the same time, the growers have released a message in their app. According to the message, Gruffers is no longer accepting orders of any kind. In addition, the company will notify customers when the service resumes.