By Shawn Lim
As stricter social distancing measures for public venues and social activities are introduced by governments around the world to reduce the risk of further local transmission of the coronavirus, restaurants are forced to reduce their in-dining areas or stop operations altogether.
They are turning to food delivery as a way to sustain their businesses and keep serving customers, who have been advised to stay at home. This has led to an increased demand for takeout and deliveries.
Source: The Drum