Scientists and authorities around the world are monitoring the spread of the virus and no food-borne infection has been reported so far, so according to EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) guidelines, we will continue to serve our customers with increasing attention.
It is important that if you notice any symptoms of illness (cough, increase in heat, fever, headache, sudden swelling), stop delivering immediately and consult a doctor. If a viral illness happens within your family or neighborhood, suspend work for 2 weeks for your own and others safety.
More and more misconceptions and misinformation are circulating about the virus. Do not fall for any news other than what you get from us or read on WHO. Here is also a list of the most common misconceptions (in English).
Continue to pay special attention to hygiene! Wash your hands often and clean the bag several times a day (morning-evening). If the food is not properly packed, please inform the restaurant and customer service and make sure not to touch the food but the bag you receive it in. Always keep your order in your bag. Also avoid handshaking and contact with others while working. Don't forget to regularly use disinfectant to clear your hands while working.
REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENTS
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As always, please always read the customers' comments within the courier partner application and act accordingly.
Starting today, customers can use a new contactless transfer feature within the app. This provides them with a non-contact delivery option, which reduces the risk of infection. To avoid any confusion, if you deliver such an order, please take a picture of it as soon as you have placed the package at the place requested by the customer, be it front of a door, window sill or door handle. The picture does not have to be sent to customer service, unless requested later.
You can recognize such orders by the NO CONTACT DELIVERYin the comment as shown in the picture below: