Amazon delaying some items up to a month, Tokyo 2020 games delayed
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Amazon on Monday confirmed that it significantly delaying US deliveries of nonessential items as part of its effort to get more medical supplies and household staples to its customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
According to product listings on its website Some of the shipments will be delayed by as much as a month.
Last week, Amazon said it started prioritizing shipments, essential items into its warehouses to allow it to stock and ship them faster.
On Monday, international olympic committee member, **** Pound told USA Today, the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will be postponed.
Likely to next year, quote on the basis of the information that IOC has postponement has been decided.
The parameters going forward have not been determined that the games are not going to start on July 24, that much I know.
And finally, the latest entry in the half life saga is upon us with valves Half-Life [UNKNOWN] Though there's a catch, it's only available in VR.
That's right, you'll need a modern VR setup to play the game and that's not necessarily something the majority of gamers have at their disposal.
For what it's worth critics are praising the game on almost every level, though it feels a bit pointless, since it simply won't be played by many people.
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