20 words & phrases that defined 2020: Delivery

The Covid-19 pandemic turned the luxury of convenience of having food and groceries delivered to one's doorstep into a necessity for many Singaporeans this year.

A Foodpanda delivery man riding his motorcycle in Potong Pasir Avenue 3 in July 2020. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - The Covid-19 pandemic turned the luxury of convenience of having food and groceries delivered to one's doorstep into a necessity for many Singaporeans this year.

As the coronavirus situation escalated in late March, the Government advised the public to avoid non-essential trips out of their homes and to buy food and groceries online to reduce physical interactions.

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