Is driving for U EATS any safer ?

Jimmy44

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I have never done Uber eats but cannot believe that it is safer then RS. Don't you have to be closer then 6 ft. from Restaurant employee's and the customer ?
 

WAHN

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Some deliveries are now "no contact" where we just leave it at the door.

Not much of a concern as people are rarely close enough to cough on you.

Biggest issue with Uber/Lyft is just having people in such close enclosed quarters, plus you never know when some asshat will think they're infected and book a ride to the doctor/hospital and then back home again.
 

Jimmy44

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Before I shut down I would evaluate riders much more then usual. Everything they did like clear there throat, cough or snivel worried me. Same with rides to or from hospital or Dr.
 

ANT 7

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It only takes one second to bump into someone who has it. This is not an airborne virus. It is a contact virus.

We are not touching pax, or bags of food, restaurant doors, pop machines, etc......
 

Jimmy44

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You guys don't have the "tap" feature down there ? Every single POS terminal here in Canada has it.

You don't even have to touch the POS terminal with your chip card. Just hover over it for a second.
Nice I am sure this virus will make those mandatory soon.
 

Toby2

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Everyone knows about hand washing and not touching your face. I’m just curious about if there’s “air born droplets “ with talking. Run away if someone sneezes or coughs near you.
 

Jimmy44

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Everyone knows about hand washing and not touching your face. I’m just curious about if there’s “air born droplets “ with talking. Run away if someone sneezes or coughs near you.
You know I don't even think they know. I would assume you can catch it by looking at someone who is effected.
 
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