Many people are wondering if it’s safe to order food during the coronavirus crisis. It’s been a week since San Francisco was locked down to prevent the spread of the virus, and it didn’t take too long for Illinois, Connecticut, New York, and California to follow suit. These states and other parts of the country, French restaurants and other types of food establishments are only allowed to serve their clients through takeout or delivery.
Restaurants, for a lot of people, are important right now. Although a few are using these limitations to rekindle their passion for cooking or to learn new dishes, that isn’t applicable to everyone like for parents who are working at home while homeschooling their kids because of school shutdown. And don’t forget the frontline workers, the staff in hospitals who are working 24/7 and no longer have time to eat were it not for French restaurants Myrtle Beach supplying their meals.
But is it possible to become infected from food delivery or takeout? The food on its own, provided that it’s cooked as per the standard safety guidelines, isn’t a problem. The resources that were given by the North Carolina State University, which were compiled from the CDC research suggested that the novel coronavirus, which is responsible for COVID-19, isn’t suitable to infect humans via the digestive system because the acid in the stomach will cause the virus to be inactive, if for instance, a sick worker sneezed near your meal.