Best Buy to adjust to consumer demands during coronavirus

Best Buy to adjust to consumer demands during coronavirus

Number of people who had been testing positive for the coronavirus has been topping the 300,000 people as this pandemic is continuing to be increase all over the world as the situation in Italy, Spain and United States as they deteriorate even with the pandemic stabilizing in the regions of China, where the virus had emerged first. A minimum of 303,000 people had tested worldwide as of Saturday as per the statistics. The number of cases has topped 24,000 in the United States as it was said to be among the worst hit countries in the world from the coronavirus. Only Italy, China and Spain have been hit harder than that.

Best Buy in this period has announced a few updates as the electronic company has been adjusting to the new demands of the business during the outbreak of the coronavirus. They are going to see a surge in the demand all over the country which people need when they are working or learning from home and those products which are allowing people to freeze food and refrigerate as per the CEO of Best Buy, Corie Barry. As the demands arrive for the necessities, they are adjusting how they have been operating in a lot of ways for the improving of safety. Beginning from Sunday, Best Buy has been shifting to the curbside services only for all of their stores on an interim basis. The customers are also still being able to make their orders online and the app of Best Buy and have their items directly shipped to homes. There is a suspension though which has been happening for the repair and installation services.

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