I am affected big time. I am a one man (woman) band having my own handmade business. I don’t sell, I don’t eat. Period.
However, it is not the time to point a finger at others. This virus is not a joke and am sure Amazon didn’t take the decision to suspend FBA shipments, just because they felt like it.
Have you considered the fact that the Amazon employees are affected also? Some of them might even be sick, quarantined, have kids at home because of closed schools? It is not about you, it is not time to be selfish. This is a matter of life and death for many people around the globe. People who raised us, who loved us, who are proud of our achievements, who spent sleepless nights staying by our bed sides to make sure we were ok., people who still worry how we are every day. These are the people at risk!
Amazon is prioritizing their work load, so they can make sure the supplies needed for us to survive are in stock, not because they would get more money out of it, but because this is what is needed right now.
Enough selfishness! Enough! It is time for all of us, no matter what race, age, gender, religion to stand together and face the danger ahead of us. For most of us, this would mean inconvenience. For those at risk, it means a matter of life and death.
BTW, I am currently in Asia and see it first hand. You have no idea what is coming your way. Amazon is taking the right measures to have continues supply of the vital products.