Local food delivery service announces contactless delivery, effective March 18


A food delivery courier walks a flight of stairs carrying a customer's order in an apartment. Contactless delivery allows riders to place food delivery orders at designated spots such as in front of customers' homes or office premises. — Bloomberg

Online food delivery service Foodpanda has announced it will begin contactless delivery service starting tomorrow (March 18) as part of a measure to curb the spread of Covid-19 during the Restriction of Movement Order period.

Contactless delivery allows riders to place food delivery orders at designated spots such as in front of customers' homes or office premise. Riders will have to call or text customers to notify them that their order has arrived through the chat function on the Foodpanda app.

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