Postmates says it will start ‘non-contact’ meal deliveries during the coronavirus outbreak
Food delivery platform Postmates is starting what the company is calling a “non-contact delivery” initiative designed to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus when its contract workers are delivering ordered meals and other goods.
The move was spotted by Recode’s Rani Molla and The Verge has confirmed it is in effect starting today. Postmates users who now open the app should see a notice about the non-contact deliveries, which then prompts users to input a drop-off option like “leave at the door.” The company also emailed registered users about the new option. It is not mandatory.
Postmates doing “non-contact deliveries.” Glad we’ve found a way to get all our creature comforts during the End Times pic.twitter.com/KavCXGi0DZ