As we all know, the coronavirus pandemic has the employees at Amazon working overtime. Unfortunately, because of this, they may postpone Prime Day.

As reported by the  New York Post, “Amazon is scheduling its annual Prime Day shopping event for September and allowing unlimited shipments of non-essential goods to warehouses.” This will allow the company to have more time to prepare for shipments of a wider variety of products, create room for more inventory, and process orders faster.

The outlet adds that this delay will affect both Amazon and third-party merchants who depend on the company’s platform for revenue.

Although Prime Day isn’t the same date every year, the massive sale does happen every July. Amazon has yet to confirm these reports.