Food delivery business is trying to limp back to normalcy after discussions with police officials in major cities helped them get assurances that the delivery agents will be allowed to travel during the 21-day lockdown period.But industry insiders pointed out that giving nod to food delivery services would mean allowing not only delivery partners, but also chefs, cooks, helpers, cleaning staff on the streets, thereby defeating the purpose of a lockdown.While cities like Delhi started issuing curfew passes to restaurants, for them to get their staff to come to work is a problem and a major risk. Most of the restaurants are shut, while few still operational might be working with skeletal staff.Close Track this blog for latest updates on coronavirus outbreak related news India Inc needs a work-from-home rejig for leave policies US court rejects bail plea of 26/11 accused Rana being sought by India Minimum contact, maximum indulgence: Will a new digital experience succeed in wooing cinema-goers? “We got our curfew passes earlier today, but now we have to figure out supply of cooking essentials, as of now most of the restaurants are still shut,” said Thomas Fenn, co-founder of Mahabelly, a restaurant in South Delhi.The National Restaurant Association… Read full this story
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