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Adeje is creating a network of home-delivery businesses during the state of emergency 

The idea, which reflects a growing demand by the public, is to create a list of those home-delivery services in the borough who are working at this time. It’s free to join the network, details on the council’s webpage.

The Adeje departments of economic development and
communications under councillors Raquel Rodríguez Alonso and Adolfo Alonso
Ferrera, respectively,  are meeting one particular demand from residents
arising from the state of emergency, and creating a list of local businesses
that are offering  home delivery services.

“We are creating a local directory of home-delivery
businesses who are offering their services during the current state of
emergency brought on by Covid-19” explained the councillors, who added that
they are sure “that this will be of interest and use to the people of the
borough and in particular those who have no means of leaving their homes to go
shopping.

The list is available to fill in online, www.adeje.es, and is free to register on if you
are a business.  Even if you might not be delivering to homes at the
moment you can register as that way the public are aware that you are open and
could be the shop that is nearest to their home.

For more information you can contact the department of
economic development by phone during normal working hours, 922 756 249 or send
an email to empresas@adeje.es