You can now order Pizza as Domino's resumes contactless delivery in Delhi during the lock down

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You can now order Pizza as Domino's resumes contactless delivery in Delhi during the lock down
Domino's delivery boy in New DlehiWikipedia

  • Domino’s has resumed its contactless delivery services in New Delhi according to an alert sent to customers.
  • The services were initially launched on March 17 but suspended thereafter when the country went under a 21-day lock down.
  • The company claims that its restaurants, delivery bikes, delivery bike boxes, and pizza delivery hot bags are sanitised every four hours
The pizza delivery mammoth Domino’s has resumed contactless delivery in the national capital today, March 29. In an alert to customers in New Delhi, the Jubliant FoodWorks’ enterprise said they can check availability in their area to order “safe and hygienic” pizzas.


You can now order Pizza as Domino's resumes contactless delivery in Delhi during the lock down
Domino's alert to customers in New Delhi informing them that 'zero contact deliveries' have resumedScreenshot/BI India

Domino’s had originally launched this offer on March 17 but had to curtail their services when Prime Minister Narendra Modi implemented a 21-day lock down across the country. Now, the delivery service seems to be up and running again.
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How does ‘zero contact delivery’ work?
Customers have to place thier order online and pay digitally for their meal. Once the order has been accepted, a ‘safe delivery expert’ will arrive at your home and place the order in front of your door. He’ll move back to a safe distance so that you can come pick it up and confirm its delivery.

According to the company, its restaurants, delivery bikes, delivery bike boxes, and pizza delivery hot bags are sanitised every four hours. It claims that all its pizzas are safe for consumption as they were baked at 245 degrees Celsius and the healthany employee working on the production or delivery line is checked before they get to work.

Initially, contactless delivery service was launched across all of Domino’s 1,325 restaurants across the country. So far, the recommencement of services has only been confirmed in New Delhi.
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