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Since coronavirus has started to spread in the U.S., many restaurants have closed their doors to dine-in customers, shifting to delivery and takeout only. Is it safe to eat a meal handled by cooks and delivery people? Is it safe to go to the grocery store? There are a lot of food questions surrounding COVID-19, so The Daily Meal checked in with the expert sources to determine the answers. (Taylor Rock, The Daily Meal)
(Taylor Rock, The Daily Meal)

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