After the closure of Nintendo of America's headquarters and the Nintendo store in New York, the company's repair centers have now had to shut up shop due to preventive measures put in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. Here's the full statement:
Due to preventive measures put in place for the COVID-19 coronavirus, and in accordance with federal and local guidelines, our repair centers are closed until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. Once repair services resume, we will work as quickly as possible to get you playing again.
Please note that, during this closure, products sent in for repair may be returned to you as undeliverable.
If our repair center has already received your product, it will remain there until repair services resume.
Repair centers over in the UK appear to still be operational, with the company revealing it was still "working hard" to maintain standards, but warning about potential delays:
We are working hard to maintain high customer service standards during the current challenging times, but please understand that there may be delays in responses to messages and processing repairs.
We would like to express our concern and support for all those affected by the COVID-19 outbreak during this challenging time. Thank you for your understanding and for your patience.
So, if you've got a Switch or something else you're waiting for to be repaired, you might just have to wait a little bit longer.