The coronavirus has created havoc around the globe forcing people to adopt social distancing in order to stop the further spread of the deadly virus! Royal Eatery Gives Option For Your Food Orders As Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc in the lives of people around the globe, medical experts are urging everyone to maintain personal hygiene, beginning with social distancing and washing hands several times a day.
Right now, restaurants are open and at time of print, recommendations allow for us to eat out with added diligence. In response, restaurants are making more space between tables, limiting the number of customers in store, upping hygiene checks and also asking diners to do their part and wash their hands. We at Royal Eatery have taken the necessary measures with the goal that clients have a sense of security while eating food from our restaurant! If you’re working from home or self-isolating, the need and desire for food delivery increases exponentially. So what do you do when strict self-isolation means not interacting with another person, including a food delivery agent? Royal Eatery has new plans so you can continue ordering in when you can’t go out.
How Royal Eatery Gives Option For Your Food Orders
If you’re staying home more often as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, you might be wondering: Can I still order food or grocery delivery? And is it safe?
Royal Eatery Gives Option for Your Food Orders to Curb COVID Spread!
From takeaway food to packages, delivery executives are a regular now at our doorsteps. We have enabled the option of contactless delivery where in the package is left at your door by the executive, which you pick up a while later, and make sure you opt for this facility now.
Another sure fire way of transmission is the exchange of currency notes. It is recommended to entirely avoid cash exchange at the moment. Opt for digital payment options instead.
To play it safe, wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, and avoid touching your face after bringing your food inside. There are no rules in terms of how to remove food from takeout containers, but you’d probably be safest putting it on your own plate or container, throwing out the takeout container and washing your hands before eating.
Like other viruses, coronavirus can also survive on surfaces or objects, so it’s important to keep those clean. Recycle the bags that the food comes in, and disinfect your tables and counters before and after you eat.
Try your best to follow the rules mentioned above diligently, and keep yourself and your surroundings clean as much as possible. That is the very first step to protect yourself from the highly contagious virus.