Restaurants have begun delivery services to keep staff employed and their businesses afloat during coronavirus shutdowns.
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In one early example, the Katherine Country Club says they need the community's help.
"We've got until Wednesday to show that a delivery service can be profitable. We need people to buy the product to stay open," head chef Emma Fitzgerald said.
NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner today urged Territorians to eat more takeaway food.
"If Territorians want to help, but you're not sure how, order some takeaway," Mr Gunner said.
"I am serious - at least a meal a day from a local joint. If you've got the dough for it, being the best Territorian you can be right now does mean eating takeaway."
The country club, and other local businesses like Stormy's Bar and Bistro is taking dinner orders between 6-8pm. Call 8972 3998 to order.
"We really want to encourage people to help us help them. We're all Katherine people and everyone needs to support each other now," Emma Fitzpatrick from the Country Club said today.
"We have 50 staff at the moment, the delivery service will be 5 or 6. Sending that message to staff was just really hard," Ms Fitzpatrick said.
Various other restaurants will no doubt follow suit - Katherine's Stormy's Bar and Bistro has already made the same transition to delivery services.
Both locations are now available both online or over the phone to take your orders.
"It's a full menu, an extended menu if anything because we've just started family meals as well, and we'll deliver as far as Tindal," Country Club maitre d' Rachel Drury said.
"I'll be ordering online from other restaurants as well, it's like a dream at the moment but we can help each other out.
"We just really hope people call up," Ms Drury said.
Call the Country Club from 5pm on 8972 1276.
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