Food delivery services are doing a roaring business following the imposition of the Movement Control Order nationwide.

The business has seen a bump in sales as more people start working from home as part of their business continuity plans, or stay indoors due to Coronavirus concerns.

Grab Malaysia country head Sean Goh said: “We strongly encourage our passengers to go cashless with GrabPay to minimise physical contact,

“We will ensure that all orders are carefully sealed by working closely with our merchant partners,”

Grab is also implementing “Contactless Deliveries”, where customers can include a note to their delivery partners to arrange for a contactless delivery, as long as the instructions are reasonable, the company said.

The company urge the public to provide feedback if they notice any driver, delivery-partner or passenger exhibiting symptoms.