DC council moves to cap delivery services
The D.C. city council voted unanimously to cap delivery services on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - The D.C. City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to place a cap on the fees delivery app services can charge amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Services like Grubhub and Door Dash will be limited to a 15 percent fee on orders until the crisis is over.
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D.C. is one of many American cities and states that have shuttered restaurants for all but delivery or pickup services.
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Local leaders are trying to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus by closing traditional gathering spaces like restaurants.
Seattle and San Francisco have passed similar caps at 15 percent.
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