As the number of new crown cases in the United States continues to surge, consumers are increasingly worried about shopping in physical stores, according to a survey report released by Deloitte on Monday. According to the survey, 61% of consumers said they planned to do online shopping on “Black Friday”, surpassing those who planned to shop for the first time (54%). < p > < p > the survey was conducted from October 9 to November 2. 57% of the respondents said they were worried about shopping in physical stores because they were afraid of being infected with new coronavirus, an increase of 6 percentage points compared with 51% in the previous survey in September. On November 3, the number of new coronal infections in the United States exceeded 100000 for the first time in a single day, and has continued to increase since then. The number of one-day deaths is also surging to its highest level since May. < / P > < p > this trend is particularly worrisome as the annual holiday shopping season approaches, as people tend to get together to participate in activities such as going to the mall on Black Friday. On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned Americans not to go on holiday on Thanksgiving weekend. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen