Food is becoming harder and harder to come by in Shanghai. The city government does distribute bags of basic foodstuffs through local committees. But the usual orders from supermarkets are almost impossible to get due to high demand and supply bottlenecks. The number of delivery drivers is noticeably lower than in regular operation. As a result, many households currently have to limit themselves massively. The best chances for successful deliveries come from group orders placed by entire neighborhoods.
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