There are several changes being implemented to help curb down the increasing number of COVID-19 cases. The majority of Quebec restaurants are asking the government to make new rules when it comes to deliveries during the curfew period.
The province has already allowed some workarounds, permitting restaurants to continue the delivery of food and alcohol after they are forced to close street access to 7:30 PM. However, delivery is not cheap for both the consumer or the restaurant.
For businesses that use a third-party delivery app like Uber Eats or Foodora, fees can reach as high as 30%. Businesses that rely on foot traffic are expecting a big hit from these regulations. Depanneurs, which see a large portion of their clientele in the evening, will also have to close at 7:30 PM.
Unlike restaurants, however, they will not be able to deliver after 7:30 PM. The general director of the Quebec Depanneurs Association hopes people will adjust their schedules to shop before curfew.
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