Grab Food Driver, Pinapasok ng Customer sa Loob ng Bahay Para Hindi Masita ng mga Tanod

As the number of people getting infected by the deadly COVID-19 continues to increase, the government found it necessary to extend the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) for another week. “One more week at least of ECQ in Metro Manila, Laguna, Bulacan, Cavite and Rizal,” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said. The extension starts tomorrow, April 5, and will end on April 11. Curfew runs from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m.

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With this situation, local government officials are tightening curfew rules and regulations, sending youngsters and adults home as soon as the time hits the limit. But since there are a lot of people who work from home and often work late night shifts, ordering food online has become the norm. Nights can be busy for Grab and FoodPanda drivers, who have no choice but to work at that time of the day. 

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However, after one man’s curfew story went viral online, a lot of people are now contemplating if they should order food at that time of night. Apparently, the man went out of his house to get the delivery when the “tanods” apprehended him for violating curfew hours. The man defended himself by explaining that he was merely getting his delivery and would’ve gone back in if they had not taken him. 

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Because of this, one customer decided to do something not many people would do! Instead of going out of the house to get her delivery, this customer decided to let the Grab Food driver into her home! Less hassle for everyone! Should everyone do the same thing? Share your thoughts on the comment box below!

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