Sunday, April 05, 2020

Kansas City Restaurants Expanding Curbside Service And Delivery

Worthwhile Sunday foodie news and resource from Feast . . .

Kansas City Restaurants Offering Expanded Curbside Pickup and Delivery Options

As COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, continues to spread throughout the U.S., few industries are being hit quite like the restaurant industry. One of the ways many restaurants are trying to adapt is by offering expanded options for delivery, takeout and curbside pickup.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

What restaurant industry?

Anonymous said...

Absolute bullshit that they only mentioned their paid advertisers. There are so many other independent restaurants open for curbside.

Anonymous said...

There is a risk that SARS-CoV-2 can be transmitted by surface cross-contamination. There are varying reports of how long COVID-19 can remain on surfaces. The World Health Organization, for example, says that it is not certain how long the virus can last on a surface, but based on its behavior similar to other coronaviruses, it may persist for a few hours or up to several days, though that timeframe may vary under different environmental conditions and the type of surface. One report found that the virus persisted on cruise ship surfaces for up to 17 days.

So beware that take out could take you out!

Anonymous said...

Ugly joes. Place is crawling with STDs. I wouldn't touch the door handle before corona viras why now. Gag

Anonymous said...

Look at your work force. A bunch of dirty idiots making your food. Weird