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Amazon's operations continue but delivery times may be longer than usual.
Last updated on September 28, 2020
Yes, however, delivery times may be longer than usual. Please avoid using delivery addresses for buildings that may be closed due to the current provisions (e.g. schools).
You can learn more about Amazon's actions to help customers, communities, and employees affected by COVID-19 on our blog, here:
You can track your order and deliveries from Your Orders on Amazon.ca or the Amazon Mobile Shopping app. You can change the delivery address for an order until it ships. Once your order has shipped, you can find tracking information in your order details. If an order includes multiple items, each may have separate delivery dates and tracking information.
We are committed to fast and free shipping all year, including on millions of items available for One-Day and Same-Day Delivery. We continue to make regular, critical updates to our logistics, transportation, supply chain, and other processes, while adhering to extensive health and safety measures to protect our associates as they pick, pack and ship products, to meet our demand and improve delivery speeds. We've also added capacity in our network and hired 175,000 new employees and announced plans to hire 100,000 more full-time and part-time employees.
Yes, we're still processing returns. To start a return and learn more about returns, please visit the Online Returns Centre.
For guidance on coronavirus, please refer to the World Health Organization website.
We are working to ensure that no one artificially raises prices on basic need products during this pandemic and have blocked or removed tens of thousands of items, in line with our long-standing policy. We actively monitor our store and remove offers that violate our policy.
You can submit a pricing concern to us by clicking Report incorrect product information on the product detail page, then select Other product details, then Price issue. While we are not able to respond directly to all reports, we appreciate your feedback.
We continue to closely monitor the impact of COVID-19. In addition to the thousands who are affected by the illness, thousands more are indirectly dealing with changes in their work, school, and community environments. Learn more about what we are doing to ensure the safety and support of our customers, communities, and employees during this difficult time on the Amazon Day 1 blog.
Yes. Amazon's delivery partners have been advised to reduce contact with customers by placing packages at the customer's doorstep and stepping back. If an ID check is required, these are now performed at a distance.
In some cases, you can also choose a safe location where the driver can leave your package if you are not able to answer the door.
Yes, we are working with location partners to ensure that where possible Amazon Hub Locker and Pickup Points remain available. If the Locker you chose for delivery closes unexpectedly, you will be notified so that your parcel can be redirected to a home address or you can cancel your order for a refund. If your preferred location is temporarily unavailable, you can search for available locations here.
Yes. Amazon's delivery partners have been advised to reduce contact with customers by placing packages at the customer's doorstep and stepping back. Out of an abundance of caution, we are also pausing in-home delivery and services until further notice.
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