PEOPLE stuck at home during the coronavirus crisis will still be able to enjoy restaurant pizza to brighten their spirits.
The government’s closure of restaurants hasn't been extended to takeaway services, meaning a number of chains are still offering delivery options.
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Some brands, including Pizza Express, have closed their operations entirely due to coronavirus.
But rivals including Domino's, Pizza Hut and Papa John's remain open for hungry Brits.
Domino's has stopped doing in-store collection orders to protect staff and customers alike, but you can order food to have delivered to your home.
This will be delivered entirely contact-free meaning your driver will call you when they arrive to the agreed location.
Once the order has been placed there, the driver will stay at least two metres away while you collect your order.
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Similarly, Pizza Hut also only offers contact-free deliveries for the foreseeable future meaning you'll have to pay online by debit or credit card.
It said drivers will leave your food on top of the delivery pouch and move three meters away.
They will then wait for you to collect it and take it away before removing said pouch.
Papa John's also remain open but it's stopped collection orders and now only does contact-free deliveries.
Its delivery drivers will call you on arrival to arrange an agreed drop off point, making sure a minimum of a two-metre distance is adhered to at all times.
Payments must be made online or over the phone to make sure the service is contact-free.
Food delivery apps Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats are also still running, so you may find independent pizza restaurants still open for takeaway and delivery.
But once again, some restaurants will have closed their operations entirely so you'll need to go on either of the apps and check what's available near you.
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