Delivery men have played an important role in the nation's fights against novel coronarvirus as people stay home and online orders surge.
Chen Kai, a delivery man, drives to deliver a meal in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu province, on Feb 19, 2020. (Photo: Xinhua)
Chen Kai, a delivery man in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu province, is one of them. He not only delivers food and products to customers, but also love and hope.
He has been working in the industry for four years and said he felt his job is very meaningful, as it can reduce risks caused by going out for food or daily necessities.
To guarantee safety, Chen Kai and his colleagues measure their body temperatures, wear masks and disinfect delivery boxes before starting work each day.
Some businesses have prepared safety cards indicating the names and body temperatures of the preparer, seller and delivery person for each product.
As many companies have resumed work, more people are seen on the streets and orders increase day by day, Chen said, adding he hopes the epidemic comes to an end soon.