Pizza takeaway company Domino’s has announced it remains open and will donate over 100,000 pizzas to NHS staff amid the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus.
Domino’s said in an email to its customers that it will be working with every one of its stores across the UK to donate over 100,000 pizzas next week to say thank you to frontline staff and NHS for “all their hard work during these times.”
Also, Domino’s added: “In these unprecedented times, we continue to serve communities, but we have to do so without compromising the safety of our colleagues.”
The company also revealed new measures put into place to help prevent the spread of the virus, which includes, limiting the number of employees in the store at one time and “even more than usual, we’re practicing the highest level of safety and hygiene standards.”
It has decided to stop all in-store collections to protect both its colleagues and customers and will only be offering ‘contact-free delivery’, with payments being made online and over the phone.