Quoted from pin2d:
Hello! I am looking into getting my groceries delivered with everything going on. Looking right now at instacart.com. For those that have tried having their groceries delivered, what are your thoughts on it? Positives/negatives? I've always been a little concerned about produce. Anyone with feedback or their experiences doing this? Thanks!
Instacart SUCKS around here. We stopped using them. You can't lock into a favorite delivery person, and there's a WIDE range of capabilities of the delivery people. Bad substitutions, no substitutions, saying stuff isn't in stock at the store when it is, the whole nine yards.
If you're going to go delivery, I'd use shipt. They let you lock on to a shopper you like so you're always getting someone you know. Seem to be a better class of delivery people, too.
But honestly, I'd get a 3M N95 mask and sterilization bags so you can sterilize and re-use the same (formerly disposable) mask per new CDC guidelines and shop yourself. If you have a list (or alexa with a list on your phone) you can get in and out quickly and it's probably a more controlled exposure experience. Hand off the food at the door to someone at home than can wipe everything down you bought, take off your clothes in the garage, put them in the wash immediately, wash your hands to the elbows thoroughly, and you're fine.
Quoted from Spyderturbo007:
Now that the CDC is saying that primary transmission is no longer thought to be through your hands and is airborne, it's probably better to stay out of the stores.
Anyone going out without a mask of some kind needs to have their head examined. I started mask protocol 2 weeks ago (up from sterilization/wipes, which started at the beginning of March). CDC FINALLY updated sterilization procedures for (formerly disposable) N95 masks so you can turn 1 mask into essentually 20+ by sterilizing the same one after each use.