Amazon waives two-week FBA storage fee for goods stored in some countries
E-Land Technology Driven E-commerce was informed that affected by the new crown virus epidemic, Amazon announced on March 31 that it will waive the FBA storage fee for products stored by sellers in some countries for two weeks.
Amazon said the platform will waive two weeks of inventory storage fees for products stored in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland and the Czech Republic. At the same time, Amazon is also making policy adjustments to actively mitigate the impact of the epidemic crisis on the health of seller accounts.
The new crown virus epidemic has affected millions of people and businesses worldwide. In the epidemic crisis, Amazon is also committed to helping its sales partners, and will continue to evaluate the development situation and reduce the impact on sales partners. Meet the basic needs of customers and protect the safety and health of employees.
Spain implements the strictest "foot ban"! Suspend all non-essential production work!
According to the official website of the Spanish Ministry of Health, in the past 24 hours, 6398 new cases of new coronary pneumonia were confirmed in the country, with a total of 85195 confirmed cases; 812 new deaths and 7340 total deaths. Spain has become the country with the third highest number of new coronal pneumonia diagnosed in the world after the United States and Italy.
According to Agence France-Presse, Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez said that the Spanish Special Cabinet Meeting passed the strictest "foot-footing order": from March 30 to April 9, all non-core industry workers must stay at home and not go out to work . This is the strictest "foot-footing" imposed by the Spanish government to date.
Workers will receive their usual wages, but they will have to make up for lost working time due to the outbreak later. The move aims to further control population movements to reduce the number of new infections and prevent the collapse of the medical system. Airbus' production in Spain has also been suspended. In addition, Airbus ’commercial aircraft, national defense, and helicopter-related commercial activities in Spain will be suspended until April 9, when the nation ’s non-commercial ban on production in Spain is lifted.
The national "foot-footing" in Spain involves the automotive industry, construction, and all industries not directly related to health care, food, national security, media communications, and the same country.
Spanish health official Fernando has previously warned that the intensive care unit has become saturated. But he said the number of new cases has been declining for days.