With many restaurants nationwide doing away with dining room service, reservations app OpenTable is launching a tool to help grocery stores and restaurants mitigate long lines and overcrowding in the
age of coronavirus. The company is expanding its software to let users choose between available shopping times slots at supermarkets and retailers. The move comes as public health agencies
and governments urge the public to avoid crowded areas to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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