The global outbreak of COVID-19 has touched all our lives.
While our coronavirus statistics are nowhere near that of China, the US, Italy, Spain and the UK, there are over 2 000 confirmed cases here in Mzansi, and SA Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize warns that “what we may currently be experiencing is the calm before a heavy and devastating storm.” 
South Africa is on it like a comet, though, and the BBC further reports that “there are even drive-through testing centres . Soon the country will be able to test 30 000 people every day.”
Before and after tests, though, is pandemic best practice, or PBP as we like to call it.
This last one is extremely tricky to do when you have to go out and buy food. Luckily, Pick n Pay has a plan. And it also involves drive-throughs (but no tests). Mybroadband.co.za reports that the major supermarket chain is putting customers first during lockdown with this helpful addition to their services.
At select stores across the country, Pick n Pay customers can stay in their cars when they buy groceries.
Here’s how it works:
While you are shopping on the go, why not shop for affordable car insurance with dotsure.co.za from the comforts of your couch? Simply do an online quote at no charge, no risk, in minutes, and you can even Name Your Price™!
Stay in touch, but don’t touch 😉
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