By THE NATION
“After the group learned that the woman could not walk or do any chores, they offered to clean her house as well as the perimeter area,” the post said. “They also donated money to buy food and other necessary items for the woman.”
The post went viral, garnering more than 20,000 likes and 1,000 shares so far, with some of the commentators saying the staff have the “ultimate service minds” and are an example of how Thai people are helping each other during this Covid-19 crisis. Others commented that the new normal of home shopping and delivery not only come with convenience but also reveal the goodness in people’s hearts.
Due to the government’s lockdown during the Covid-19 outbreak and social distancing practices to curb the spread of the virus, many retailers have been providing home delivery services via online and mobile shopping. The trend has become increasingly popular and could continue even after the pandemic ends.