Shipping UpdateShipping Update
A message to our Community:

Here at Virtue, the care and well-being of our customers is at the forefront of everything we do. We wanted you to know that we’re monitoring the situation surrounding coronavirus COVID-19 to ensure that we are following the guidance of the CDC and health officials.

We are also working diligently to minimize disruption to our supply chain and delivery of our products to our customers and retail partners around the world.

To those affected by the virus, we send our thoughts and prayers. And our heartfelt wish is that everyone stays safe. To that end, we are providing this link to the CDC guidelines for minimizing exposure for yourself and others.

We can’t thank you enough for being a part of the Virtue family and wish you the best of health.


Notes on Shipping From Our Fulfillment Center

Our warehouse is following CDC guidelines and taking extra precautions by regularly deep cleaning and sanitizing. Because of this, orders may take slightly longer to ship. We appreciate your patience during this process.

School closures will affect labor levels.

Many school systems have now closed for an indefinite period. We anticipate that this will put a major strain on our fulfillment center’s ability to maintain normal warehouse labor levels as this requires absences to care for children.

Our fulfillment center is working to provide flexibility in scheduling and are expanding night shifts to accommodate those that will need to care for children during earlier shifts.

Our fulfillment center believes that these adjustments will alleviate some, but not all, of the predicted shortages.

We are practicing social distancing.

To prevent the likelihood of exposure to the virus, our fulfillment center is actively engaging in “social distancing” within their facility.

Our fulfillment center has encouraged all of its office personnel to work from home, which most have started to exercise.

Our fulfillment center is reducing its request for labor from temporary staffing agencies who carpool in vans and carry a higher risk for transmitting the virus.