A delivery driver for Amazon Flex pulls a shopping cart full of orders to be delivered near a Whole Foods Market in Dublin, California, US, April 6, 2020. Photo: Reuters A delivery driver for Amazon Flex pulls a shopping cart full of orders to be delivered near a Whole Foods Market in Dublin, California, US, April 6, 2020. Photo: Reuters
A delivery driver for Amazon Flex pulls a shopping cart full of orders to be delivered near a Whole Foods Market in Dublin, California, US, April 6, 2020. Photo: Reuters

Amazon stops accepting new online grocery customers amid surging demand during coronavirus outbreak

  • Amazon plans to shorten some Whole Foods stores’ hours for the public so its employees can more quickly fulfil online grocery orders

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A delivery driver for Amazon Flex pulls a shopping cart full of orders to be delivered near a Whole Foods Market in Dublin, California, US, April 6, 2020. Photo: Reuters A delivery driver for Amazon Flex pulls a shopping cart full of orders to be delivered near a Whole Foods Market in Dublin, California, US, April 6, 2020. Photo: Reuters
A delivery driver for Amazon Flex pulls a shopping cart full of orders to be delivered near a Whole Foods Market in Dublin, California, US, April 6, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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