Domino’s Has Changed Its Delivery Service To Help Feed People Affected By Coronavirus

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Domino’s Has Changed Its Delivery Service To Help Feed People Affected By Coronavirus

Pizza for the people!

Following the vast spread of COVID-19 in the UK, Domino’s has confirmed they’ll be taking new measures to ensure they can still deliver fresh pizza safely to its customers.

Contact-free delivery is set to be rolled out next week (March 16), with customers able to decide where their food is left without the need for human contact.

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The option will be available to customers when checking out and will be rolled out across every store in the UK and Ireland. Drivers will call when they arrive and will leave your order in an agreed place while they wait at least two metres away for you to collect it, ensuring a smooth delivery experience for all.

The new process is to ensure both the safety of customers and employees during the outbreak and is an optional, free-of-charge service.

Credit: Domino’s

Speaking of the new service, CEO David Wild said:

“I wanted to reassure you that the safety and wellbeing of customers and colleagues is always our top priority. Domino’s already has very high hygiene standards and strict food handling procedures. In light of the current situation, we’re carefully following the advice from health authorities. We’ve implemented a number of additional precautions such as increased hand washing and sanitisation.

“For customers who want to feel even safer when ordering, from next week we will launch Contact Free Delivery. This service comes at no additional charge and is in response to some customers wishing to limit physical contact during the current COVID-19 outbreak. We’re pleased to be able to offer this across every Domino’s store in the UK and Ireland.”

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