Samsung closes all of its U.S. stores affected by new crown outbreak

Samsung has taken the necessary steps to curb the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19),media outlet Neowin reported. The tech giant announced that it had temporarily closed all of its U.S. stores as of March 17. YH Eom, president and chief executive of Samsung Electronics USA, confirmed the u.S.-wide shutdown in a message to customers. However, he did not provide information on when the store would reopen.

Samsung closes all of its U.S. stores affected by new crown outbreak

Eom writes:

“As we continue through these uncertain times, our top priority is the health and well-being of our employees and customers.

“We know you rely on Samsung products to stay connected, get news and entertainment, and keep your house running. That’s why we’re taking steps to protect and serve you in unprecedented time. “

But U.S. customers can still shop through Samsung’s online store. In addition, Facebook and Twitter can still provide customer support for all Samsung support channels provided by the virtual team. Samsung is also committed to delivering all orders in its online market as soon as possible.