Amazon aims to speed the delivery of household staples and medical products in response to the coronavirus pandemic. But the move could be difficult for businesses that use the platform to sell other
goods. Amazon notified vendors and third-party sellers on Tuesday that it would temporarily halt the arrival of nonessential goods at its fulfillment centers until April 5. The focus will be on
shipping products in six broad categories: baby products; health and household goods; beauty and personal care; groceries; industrial and scientific products; and pet supplies.
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