Confusion: Blind man refused Sainbury's vulnerable person delivery slot – is he eligible?
Now, additionally, the supermarket is also delivering to those on a government provided data base of vulnerable people.
Britons can register themselves as “extremely vulnerable” on the gov.uk website.
Appearing on this database will qualify you for a delivery.
Other Sainsbury’s workers are looking at others who are requesting delivery on a case by case basis.
Those who have neighbours or family who can help with deliveries are being urged to do so, to ease the demand and save slots for those most in need.
A Sainsbury’s spokesperson told Express.co.uk: “We’re prioritising elderly and vulnerable people for our online delivery service and have asked Amit to call us so that we can arrange his slot.”
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