Grocery delivery apps see record downloads amid coronavirus outbreak
Groceries aren't safe anymore.
According to a recent Japanese study, the COVID19 virus usually gets transmitted via aerosol droplets that get suspended in the air when someone sneezes, coughs or talks.
These droplets remain in enclosed spaces usually powered by airconditioning.
We all know that the high speed of transmission is already coming from asymptomatic carriers, surfaces and even money—which is why the groceries and stores have become a hosting ground for the virus to thrive.
One of the better alternatives to the growing demand of food supply in the time of crisis are Grocery Delivery Apps—they are generally safe as no physical bank notes are exchanged, follows the social distancing protocol and as long as you disinfect the groceries and yourself, will give you 100% protection against the virus.
In the article below we see that most companies have already started to pivot into this new business model. While it takes time and resources to build an app—another inexpensive alternative to covid19 proof your business would be using chatbots.
Chatbots take only a few days to build, is relatively cheap to develop and can help your customers thru the ordering and fulfillment process.