More restaurants around Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill are offering takeout and delivery options as the spread of coronavirus is causing more people to practice social distancing.
UPDATE 3/17 10:30 a.m.: Governor Roy Cooper ordered all bars and restaurants in North Carolina to close to dine-in customers by 5 p.m. Tuesday. Restaurants can still use takeout and delivery services.
Here's list of local restaurants taking part in that trend:
Temporary pickup zones are being marked off throughout Raleigh to support local businesses for takeout service and small deliveries. There will be 100 pickup zones beginning March 18.
Zones are planned for Hillsborough Street corridor, Glenwood South and the Downtown Core.
Check out the curbside pickup map here.
On Monday, President Trump unveiled a set of guidelines for Americans to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. Those guidelines include to avoid eating or drinking at bars, restaurants and food courts and to instead opt for takeout options.
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