Updated: May 4
Food should always remain in its original packaging and should never be handled by a driver.
Restaurants should have all to-go items packaged and bagged including utensils, napkins, and condiments. So, you won't need to touch any additional items during the pick-up transaction.
Wash your hands after engaging in any activity that might pose a contamination risk.
Make sure to use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol, before picking up food and after dropping off to a customer.
Outside a Food Facility
Make sure to maintain social distancing of six feet.
Some restaurants may implement a numbering system or texting system. That will require delivery drivers, and customers to wait in their vehicles, rather than in a line.
If the order isn't ready when you arrive, wait in your car instead of the food facility.
Keep the interior of your vehicle clean, including the trunk and rear storage areas.
Store food inside a clean and disinfected secondary container for transportation. Make sure to disinfect insulated carries after every order.
Also, make sure to disinfect common touch points like the steering wheel, radio buttons, gear shift, and door handles