Written by: Yue Yueting
2020-04-02 08:00Last updated: 2020-04-02 08:00
On Friday (27th), the Hong Kong government announced a series of measures to regulate catering operations, including the number of customers in restaurants is limited to half or less of seats, and the distance between Taiwan and Taiwan must be at least 1.5 meters. Deliveroo, a takeaway delivery platform, said that as the second wave of outbreaks in Hong Kong broke out in the past week, restaurant inquiries received by households have quadrupled, and an additional 500 restaurants are expected to join the platform before the end of April
Households pointed out that since January, more than 1,500 new restaurants have joined its platform, which has doubled from the number of new restaurants eight weeks ago. In addition, in order to assist the restaurant through this difficult time, household delivery partners cooperated with more than half of the restaurant partners through its Marketer platform to provide customers with discounts of more than 15 to 20%, and set up different teams to help restaurants join the household delivery platform.
Mr. Luo Jiacong, General Manager of Household Delivery to Hong Kong, said that more and more restaurants are adding takeaway and self-service services. The platform will continue to work closely with restaurants to improve their takeaway operation process. I hope to do my best to ensure that citizens can still be anywhere Enjoy the food.
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