Palm Beach Country Clubs Transform to Offer Pickup and Delivery

Gerald Lombardo
Posted by Gerald Lombardo
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At country clubs like Addison Reserve, Wycliffe, and other restaurant operations are changing into pick-up and delivery mode for residents.

It is more than just about providing a service to their members. They look at it as a way to keep members safe from the coronavirus and to help prevent its spread.

Country club managers are doing their part to help residents stay in their homes and practice responsible social distancing.

At the west of Delray Beach club, staff even goes to drug stores to pick up prescriptions for residents. This is yet another example of the way residents of the Palm Beaches are adapting in creative and effective ways to limit the spread of the Coronavirus.

While many are looking at their calendars and starting to feel the urge to go outside and get back to their normal routine, it is important to remember that the world is not through this thing yet. Some CDC reports suggest we might be seeing some light at the end of the tunnel, but things will certainly continue as they are until at least through the end of the month and possibly even longer. The important thing is getting on a new schedule built around social distancing and responsible self-quarantine. Just because we are not on our normal schedules does not mean we need to allow our lives to fall into disrepair.


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