Just Eat now offering customers contactless delivery amid coronavirus worries
Just Eat is now offering customers contactless delivery amid coronavirus worries.
Following the guidelines put into place earlier this week, people were advised to practice social distancing to prevent the spread of the illness.
Many restaurants across the country have added new takeaway and delivery services - and food delivery services have begun to introduce contactless delivery.
Just Eat have confirmed that contactless delivery is now available for anyone ordering form their app or their website, in an effort to keep both the customers and couriers safe.
"The most up-to-date recommendations focus on social distancing to help prevent the spread of illness," they said in an email to customers on Friday.
"So, in order to help our customers follow this guidance, you can now request contactless deliveries for your card payment orders."
Here's what you have to do to if you want to use contactless delivery:
1. Login to the Just Eat website or your Just Eat app as normal.
2. Choose your restaurant and menu items as normal.
3. During the checkout process, go to the box that says 'leave a note for the restaurant.'
4. Write your request for contactless delivery in the box E.g. "Please leave my food on the doorstep and ring the bell to let me know it’s delivered."