Swiggy launches new scheme to reach out to their consumers

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the country has become lockdown, and online delivery also has taken a toll. The online delivery service company to avoid the risk of infection has decided to launch ‘No-contact deliveries’. This is a new service where there will be a limit between the customers and delivery partners.

While doing the ordering, Swiggy users can select the option call No-contact Delivery. Customers can also call and ask to leave the food on the doorstep. After leaving, the food delivery partner can call the consumer to pick the food. The consumer can keep the table, stool, and bag so that food can be kept inside safely. Consumers must know that this facility only for prepaid orders, and this not available for COD orders.

WHO has announced this coronavirus as a global pandemic. To ramp up this virus soon, Modi has announced a nationwide lockdown for a minimum of 21 days. The main aim of this lockdown is to save India and break the chain of COVID-19.

As per the news agency report, due to smartphone and delivery company Zomato and Swiggy no need to go to a restaurant and stand in the line. Delivery boys turned back by the local authorities, and this service will be available until 25th March. From the source, it has got confirmed that Swiggy is joined hand with the government, and they have merged to fulfill the operational work and extend the government support especially when customers are in need.

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