At the fulfillment center of an online grocery store downtown Shanghai, employees are working overtime to serve the needs of a closed megacity against the epidemic. 300 additional employees have been hired, including those working in the food service industry who are having to quit.
Ms. Zhang Yangyang – Director of Dingdong packing center, Shanghai city, China said: “We are an army of steel. No matter what requests we receive, we respond very quickly. But if customers place an order. I often joke that buying food now is a race to press the screen by hand, because many people are hoarding food due to food shortages. Many residential areas are under blockade.”
Mr. Li Yawu – Delivery worker, Shanghai city, China shared: “Normally I work about 10 hours/day, now I’m busier, so I work overtime for 1-2 hours/day. When I get home, Soak your feet and rest.”
The grocery shopping army was honored as heroes two years ago when they served millions of people during the early COVID-19 lockdowns, lessons learned have helped caterers in China. The country is more active in this epidemic. Add to that the fact that China’s ready-to-eat and food supply industry is among the largest and most developed in the world. Almost any restaurant can order food to be delivered to their home by phone applications. The apps also display the delivery staff’s body temperature.
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