HORSHAM cafes and restaurants are responding to COVID-19 concerns by offering home delivery, with many offering contactless options.
Bonnie and Clydes Pizzeria are offering no-contact delivery - where customers can order and pay online and leave a note saying "contactless".
The restaurant said, in a post on Facebook, "we can leave your order at the door, knock, and step back until you open the door".
Owner Dan Lukazsewski said "staff have been briefed on how to do this and have contingencies in place to put on more delivery staff."
"The response online has been positive," he said.
Bonnie and Clydes Pizzeria said they we will also be implementing the same arrangement at Inglorious Pastas.
Horsham Domino's are also now offering Zero Contact Delivery.
In statement on their website they said: "This means having your favourite Domino's meal delivered piping hot and fresh like usual, but with no direct contact between you and your Delivery Expert."
They will then contact you by phone to let you know they have arrived and wait to ensure you have collected your order.
Cafe Red Cherry are also offering home delivery service.
A staff member from Cafe Red Cherry said "a lot of people are in isolation and need this service".
The cafe posted on Facebook: "If you are self isolating Cafe Red Cherry will deliver meals".
Royal Hotel Horsham are also offering free home delivery for meals and alcohol.
Take away restaurant Rockin Robin's are offering free delivery for the elderly and disabled members of the community that can't travel.
Rockin Robin's said: "If customers want to they can leave the cash outside their door or anywhere of their choice ... we would leave the food and correct change ... and walk away so they don't have to be in contact with us at all."
Indian restaurant Horsham Masala are "fighting back" and offering 10 per cent off the total bill so people can "enjoy a meal during this time".
Some Horsham cafes have also temporarily banned reusable cups out of concern that handling the cups could increase transmission of the virus.
Most Victorians are voluntarily complying with requests to isolate, after Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews declared a state of emergency over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minister for Health Jenny Mikakos stated on Monday that "the next few weeks and months will be tough for everyone, but we're doing what is necessary to protect Victorians".
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