- $840B was spent on restaurants and bars
- $2.7T on retail (excluding bars, restaurants)
- $336B on entertainment
- Delivery apps have helped with restaurant food intake and alcohol
- Entertainment has gone to online channels like Netflix
- Retail (clothing, home improvement, etc) available in limited ways
Some items you just can't get delivered, this is where Milk Trucks come in. Instead of delivering milk, they will deliver new items that were not possible before.
Haircut salons on wheels
You schedule an appointment online.
The barber comes to your neighborhood.
You get an alert or phone call/sms (this is for rural/remote/old people also).
You walk from your home to get a haircut.
You pay and go home.
Truck moves on to the next neighborhood.
But the truck is disinfected before each cut to ensure there is no spreading of germs.
The barber is decked out in full PPE.
But wait there's more!
The truck....also does testing. For just $19.95 you can get a Covid-19 Test, and if you act now, we will throw in one test kit for free!
ok tv ad aside, you get the point. Some people don't have the luxury of paying $5/delivery everyday and all these folks out of work are itching to work.
This minimizes the spread because the truck goes neighborhood to neighborhood and is disinfected before moving on. It is possible to disinfect between customers too.