Best Buy closes all stores, offers kerbside pickup and delivery instead

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Retail giant Best Buy announced that they're closing all retail stores to customers, and will switch to a kerbside model for anyone who wants to stop by and buy a product. Delivery services made via the app or website will still be available.

According to Best Buy CEO Corie Barry, the company is trying to make the best decisions possible to protect both employees and customers, while trying to meet the demand of customers seeking technology as more people adapt to working from home:

"The situation we're facing as a company and as individuals is unprecedented and changing at a pace all of us are working to keep up with. We are making the best decisions we can with two goals in mind: protecting employees, customers and their respective families, while trying our best to serve the millions of Americans who rely on us for increasingly vital technology ... We are seeing a surge in demand across the country for products that people need to work or learn from home, as well as those products that allow people to refrigerate or freeze food ... As we meet the demand for these necessities, we are adjusting how we operate in many ways to improve safety."
Best Buy joins hundreds of other retailers such as Apple in making the decision to close its retail stores in customers as the coronavirus pandemic continues to escalate.
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