Contactless Delivery Service – Coronavirus Update 2020
March 18, 2020
Are you self-quarantine & worried about your day to day grocery essentials? if yes, Don’t Panic! We are here to help you.
Firstly, the wellbeing and safety of our customers and staff is our first priority. Our grocery partners & delivery drivers are following all guidelines and protocols from Public Health England and the World Health Organisation.
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What is contactless delivery service?
We launched a contactless delivery service to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Using contactless delivery service, you can receive your groceries without leaving your home and without contact with couriers. All you need to do is request a doorstep drop message in the ‘note’ box when placing your order.
There’s a lot we still don’t know about Coronavirus, but health authorities have been clear that maintaining good hygiene is absolutely critical. Whilst we still in the pandemic situation, we know that people’s day to day lives are disrupted right now because of Coronavirus, and we are really working hard to bring the quality grocery essentials to your doorstep safely & quickly. So, there is absolutely no reason to panic, Just go to www.locallybest.co.uk & order your groceries. Alternatively, you can give us a call on +447542005994 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a contactless delivery service.
Finally, we would like to thank all our grocery partners & delivery drivers for their hard work to support local customers and communities.
How contactless delivery Service work?
1. Go to www.locallybest.co.uk 2. Enter your postcode and select the nearest local shop. 3. Add products to basket (No minimum order). 4. At the checkout page request a doorstep drop in the ‘note’ box. Ex: Please call me when you arrive and leave the order at the front door, Thank you. 5. Delivery driver will collect the order from the local shop and leave the order at your doorstep.
How to order groceries on Locally Best?
Coronavirus grocery shopping List – Must have items in case of self-quarantine
Everybody in the UK has been asked to stop non-essential contact with other people and avoid all unnecessary travel. This is known as social distancing. It follows people with flu-like symptoms being asked to self-quarantine at home, to avoid infecting others.
What is self-quarantine?
According to the health organisation, quarantine can be recommended for individuals who are believed to have been exposed to an infectious disease such as Covid-19, but are not symptomatic.
Also, Quarantine is used for people who have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, but who are not currently sick. The measures are taken because they might become ill. Persons exposed usually begin to show within 2 to 14 days.
From now on, if one person in a household starts to display flu-like symptoms – defined as a fever of above 37.8C or a persistent cough – everyone living there must stay at home for 14 days.
In the event that you do need to self-quarantine, or if you find yourself caring for someone who may have been exposed to coronavirus, it’s a good idea to be prepared by keeping enough nutritious foods in the house that will last for up to two weeks.
Microwave rice packs
Canned vegetables & fruits
Corn flakes /cereal
Pot/pack instant Noodles
Baby milk powders
Frozen potato fries
Frozen meat /fish
Toilet Roll Kitchen Roll & Tissues
Household cleaning products
Toilet cleaning liquid
Dettol Clean & Fresh Multipurpose Wipes
Health care & Cleaning Products
Keep this list handy in the event of a worst-case-scenario situation but, until then, keep in mind that the best defense against any virus is to practice thorough hand-washing — which is a great habit to keep up all year long.
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