Symptoms, reflexes, barrier gestures, use of essential oils, vitamins to boost one’s immune defenses, risk of contamination when we go shopping or when we have a package delivered, concern about pets… We take stock everything you need to know to protect yourself from the coronavirus and prevent its spread within the home.
- What are the symptoms of Covid-19 coronavirus?
- Diabetes, pregnancy, respiratory diseases: who are the people at risk for coronavirus?
- How do you take your temperature to know if you have a fever?
- Reflexes to touch your face less
- How to wash your hands well, step by step
- Washing your hands with washing up liquid, is it effective against the virus?
- How to remove viruses on the hands with hydroalcoholic gel?
- The recipe for antibacterial gel to make yourself, to deal with the shortage of hydroalcoholic gel
-Can I use a coronavirus nasal spray?
- The best antiviral essential oils, to strengthen your immune system and disinfect your interior
- Good barrier reflexes at home to protect yourself from coronavirus
- How to avoid being contaminated when you are shopping? The precautions to take when you go out
- The precautions to take if you have to have a package delivered to your home
- Avoid relaying fake news and get good information during confinement
- To avoid deficiencies during confinement, you fill up of vitamins and minerals
-What if I live with a person infected with Covid-19 during confinement?
- What to do in case of symptoms of Covid-19 coronavirus?
- Wearing a scarf or scarf, is it effective against coronavirus?
- Covid-19: can I get the virus if I touch my phone?
- Can we get coronavirus from food?
- At what temperature to wash your clothes to eliminate the virus?
- Are bleach and white vinegar effective against coronavirus?
- Can a mosquito bite transmit the Covid-19 virus to me?
-Should you shave your beard and mustache to avoid contamination by the coronavirus?
- Can my cat or my dog transmit the coronavirus to me?
- Where to download the new derogatory travel certificate and how to do it without a printer?
- Travel certificate: the text to be copied on free paper
- Can we present the travel certificate on our phone?
- What exits are authorized during confinement?
- What fine is incurred in the event of non-compliance with confinement?
- Picard frozen delivery: how does it work?
- Leclerc: everything you need to know about home shopping delivery – Home shopping
at Carrefour: instructions
- Intermarché: focus on home delivery
- How to shop online at Auchan?
- Home shopping delivery: how does it work at Monoprix?
- Everything you need to know about online shopping at Franprix
- Super U: how home delivery works
- Focus on home shopping delivery at Casino
What are the symptoms of Covid-19 coronavirus?
If you feel tired during this period of confinement , a little cold, it does not necessarily mean that you are sick! In order not to panic, and to take all the precautions in case of symptoms , knowing the signs which should alert is important.
Symptoms of Covid-19 coronavirus:
A feeling of fever, chills
A cough dry
A sudden loss of smell and taste
Diabetes, pregnancy, respiratory diseases: who are the people at risk for coronavirus?
While most of the time Covid-19 is harmless to health, there are some people who are more at risk , and more need to be preserved from contamination of Covid-19:
Elderly people (70 and over)
The pregnant women
People with kidney failure
People who suffer from cardiovascular disease
People with diabetes
People with cancer
People who suffer from cirrhosis
People with obesity
People with chronic respiratory disorders
If children are not, for the moment, considered to be vulnerable people, they are however likely to be carriers of the virus, asymptomatically.
How do you take your temperature to know if you have a fever?
To control if you have a fever, you still need to know how to do it and what is the best technique for taking your temperature .
If you take your temperature by mouth, add 0.5 ° C to the number displayed on the thermometer, because this type of thermometer , which is placed under the tongue lacks precision.
Taking the temperature under the armpit is also possible, but it is the least precise of all the methods: therefore avoid, during this pandemic period, if you feel symptoms.
The most precise temperature measurement technique remains the rectal method: it is particularly preferred in babies and young children. Just place the tip of the thermometer in the anus for 1 minute, waiting for the temperature to appear.
Finally, it is possible to check whether or not you have a fever, using a thermometer placed on the temple, but beware, again, this technique may lack precision.
Did you take your temperature? Normal body temperature is 38 ° C or less, if the number on your thermometer is higher, you have a fever.
Note that the temperature should be taken outside of any physical effort, and in an environment where the temperature is temperate, neither too low nor too high.
Reflexes to touch your face less
If meticulous and regular hand washing is essential to protect yourself from coronavirus, it is not always easy to stop touching your face between two hand washes … To finally succeed in less touching your face , tricks exist:
note in a logbook your tics, your automatic gestures to become aware of them
replace this reflex with another gesture: close your hand and tighten tight, stretch your arms forward …
keep your fingers busy, for example with a stress ball
How to wash your hands well, step by step
Among the barrier gestures essential to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus , there is one that comes up regularly: hand washing .
But for it to be really effective against the coronavirus (or any other virus or bacteria for that matter), it must be meticulous and very regular.
So to wash your hands well :
Put your hands under water and add liquid soap
Rub your hands well with the soap, for at least 30 seconds
Do not forget to rub the palms of the hands, the back of the hands, the fingers, between the fingers, the wrists, but also the nails
Rinse hands well under water
Dry their hands with a clean towel, or a disposable towel with which you can close the tap
Washing your hands with dishwashing liquid, is it effective against the virus?
Hand washing with soap and water is the best way to keep Covid-19 virus away from our hands, which are in non-stop contact with surfaces on which germs can settle. The hydroalcoholic gel can be useful as a supplement, especially when you are outside.
When it comes to hand washing with dishwashing liquid , this is not the best solution. Indeed, if the dishwashing product will make it possible to eliminate the germs on the hands, this one is a detergent, and risks forcing, to weaken the skin of your hands, with the appearance of dry or even irritated areas, which could become the ideal place for the virus to settle …
How to remove viruses on the hands with hydroalcoholic gel?
Like knowing how to wash your hands properly under water with soap, the use of hydroalcoholic gel must follow a protocol for it to be effective against viruses and bacteria . But how long to rub your hands with hydroalcoholic gel for it to be effective ?
As specified by the World Health Organization (WHO) , to be effective, the hydroalcoholic gel must be rubbed over the entire surface of the hands for 20 to 30 seconds. This would be the time it takes for the antibacterial preparation to kill the germs. Do not forget of course, as with conventional hand washing, rubbing the palms, back of the hands, fingers, etc.
Important to know: to be effective against the virus, the hydroalcoholic gel must be used on dry hands, and does not replace regular hand washing under water with soap.
The recipe for antibacterial gel to make yourself, to deal with the shortage of hydroalcoholic gel
You no longer have hydroalcoholic gel, and all the pharmacies around you are out of stock… Don’t panic! In case of shortage of hydroalcoholic gel , it is possible to make yourself, at home, an antibacterial gel , to limit the spread of germs from Covid-19.
To make an antibacterial solution, you will need:
A clean bottle
3 tablespoons of alcohol at 70 ° C
2 teaspoons of glycerin
6 tablespoons aloe vera gel
46 drops of lavender essential oil
18 drops of tea tree essential oil
Mix all these ingredients in your bottle, which you will have previously disinfected with alcohol at 70 ° C.
And there you have an antibacterial solution, which will do the trick if you run out of hydroalcoholic gel!
Can I use a coronavirus nasal spray?
Loss of smell, cough, discomfort in breathing … In case of symptoms, the use of a nasal spray in case of contamination by Covid-19 is not recommended . The WHO explains that it is better to avoid using nasal sprays, because there is no evidence that it is effective against the virus. The Directorate General of Health (DGS) for its part, even warns of the dangers of this type of product in the event of contamination, as they could They could “promote viral spread”.
The best antiviral essential oils, to strengthen your immune system and disinfect your interior
In diffusion or application on the skin, certain essential oils can help boost your natural defenses . Even if they do not dispense with all the barrier gestures against viruses, they are our allies, especially at this time.
To clean up the atmosphere for example, we will favor the essential oil of ravintsara , a very effective antiviral. In case of first symptoms, it will be the essential oil of tea tree that can help you, or the essential oil of red myrtle, if you suffer from dry cough.
To disinfect the surfaces of the house, the essential oil of tea tree has once again its role to play: thanks to its anti-infectious properties, we fight against viruses and bacteria which could be deposited there.
Good barrier reflexes at home to protect yourself from coronavirus
Regularly ventilate the rooms of the house (at least for 15 minutes)
Wash hands well after using the toilet
Regularly disinfect screens (smartphone, tablet, etc.) and the surfaces that family members often touch
Wash your hands thoroughly before cooking and after leaving the toilet
How to avoid being contaminated when shopping? Precautions to take when going out
During confinement, only certain exits for very specific reasons are authorized, including “travel to make purchases of basic necessities” .
So, even if you have to go out as little as possible and group your outings, there is a moment when you will go to do your food shopping … And again, certain precautions are to be taken to avoid contaminating your interior , once at home you.
A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) estimated the lifetime of the virus on surfaces similar to that of packaging or bags when you shop (plastic, cardboard, steel) at maximum 24 hours on cardboard and up to 3 days on plastic and steel.
Materials with which you will inevitably come into contact when shopping. But the authors of this work are reassuring, and affirm that this lifetime of the virus on cardboard, plastic or other surfaces, does not mean that contamination is necessarily possible, because everything depends on the “quantity of virus” which is there at the time of contact…
To avoid the risks of spread and contamination of Covid-19, a few rules must therefore be observed.
When you do your shopping:
Avoid rush hours to do your shopping, and favor slots when there are fewer people in the store
Avoid using shopping carts on site, and prefer to use your own shopping bag
Respect the minimum safety distance of 1.50 meters, with everyone you meet
Rub your hands regularly with a hydroalcoholic solution
Keep your hands away from your face, and do not touch it before you have washed your hands
Avoid unnecessary touching of all products in the store, especially fruits and vegetables, which have already been touched by other customers before you
If possible, take the product you touched
When you get home, it’s important to think about:
Avoid placing shopping bags on a table or work surface, and placing them on the floor
Take off your shoes and clothes when you get home
Wash your hands well, of course!
Remove the packaging from purchased products, and throw them directly in the trash
Rinse fruits and vegetables before storing them
Disinfect the packaging that you keep, and that may have been in contact with other customers
Put foods like bread in the oven to remove a large part of any germs found there.
Precautions to be taken if a package has to be delivered to your home
Some websites continue to deliver during this period of confinement, and home delivery is a way for some companies to continue their activity despite everything.
As the study cited above explains, the Covid-19 virus can remain for several hours, even days, on certain surfaces, such as plastic, steel or cardboard surfaces.
If you have an object, or food, delivered to your home, it is possible that the virus will also enter your home. Here are the precautions to take if you need to have a package delivered to your home .
At the time of delivery, the delivery person must imperatively notify the customer of his arrival, and deposit the package on the doorstep, to move away and respect the safety distance of at least one meter, imposed on all. The objective: to avoid any contact between the delivery person and the person who placed the order.
But what to do once the package is on the doorstep? It is preferable, as far as possible, to open the package outside your home, and to immediately throw away the packaging that may have been in contact with other people and different surfaces before arriving at your house.
Obviously, a meticulous hand washing once you are inside your home is essential to get rid of any germs present on your hands.
Avoid relaying fake news and be well informed during confinement
“The cousin of my neighbor who knows someone in high places, well informed, has just said that tomorrow, a curfew will be required throughout France . ” Or, “The little brother of my best friend got wind of confidential information, straight from the government which will announce tomorrow evening that a new effective treatment has just been found” , are information that we have all received at least once since the start of this health crisis.
Not to mention the viral chains on social networks, and the many fake news that circulates about the epidemic such as:
Hot drinking clears the virus from the throat before it reaches the lungs
Regular mouthwash reduces the risk of contamination
If your throat is dry, the virus can settle there
So much unverified information that is circulating and that is dangerous … Before relaying information about the containment situation, the new measures taken by the government, the advice of doctors, scientific advances, or the health reflexes to have, check your sources!
Relaying this type of information is absolutely useless, and can be not only anxiety-provoking, but dangerous if taken seriously.
So, to inform you during this pandemic period , consult and relay only the official media, and go regularly to the site www.gouvernement.fr , which updates daily all the information concerning the recommendations and official measures related to coronavirus.
To avoid deficiencies during confinement, we fill up with vitamins and minerals
Micronutrition is an approach which aims to balance the needs of the organism in micronutrients ( vitamins , minerals, trace elements , probiotics , phytotherapy…). It can be effective in strengthening the immune system and avoiding deficiencies during this period of confinement.
At the moment, Valérie Espinasse, micronutritionist, recommends in particular taking vitamin C, to cope with fatigue and reduced motivation.
A vitamin D treatment is also recommended by the specialist: it will stimulate the cells of the body, help compensate for the lack of light and boost immunity.
Finally, probiotics are also allies in this period of confinement: these living microorganisms will help make the intestinal flora less permeable to bacteria, and will help the proper functioning of intestinal transit , which can end up disturbing all changes in habits.
What if I live with a person infected with Covid-19 during confinement?
Since the Covid-19 virus is highly contagious, extra care should be taken when someone in your household is infected . Thus, during confinement, the person must ensure that:
Don’t go out of her house
Wear a mask to limit the risk of contagion
If possible, stay confined in a room of the house reserved for him
Keep away from all other family members, at least one meter
Throw away their disposable handkerchiefs in a bin provided for this purpose
Wash your hands as soon as it comes into contact with a common object in the house
Regularly disinfect all contact points in the house: door handles, furniture, telephone, etc.
Air the rooms very regularly
What should I do if I have symptoms of Covid-19 Coronavirus?
In case of uncomplicated coronavirus symptoms, teleconsultation with a general practitioner is possible, but you should not leave your home.
You must stay at home, to rest, and avoid spreading the virus. Only call 15 if there is a complication, and do not take anti-inflammatory drugs .
Wearing a scarf or scarf, is it effective against coronavirus?
Many people move around with a scarf or scarf, placed in front of the nose and mouth, to protect themselves. But is wearing a scarf or scarf in the absence of a mask effective against the Covid-19?
If many specialists repeat that “the lifetime of protective masks, for single use, is estimated at only a few hours” , they do not all agree on the question of wearing a scarf and a scarf to limit the risk of virus transmission.
On the one hand, scientists say that this type of “homemade” protection “does not protect from the new coronavirus because the Covid-19 virus is tiny. It can thus infiltrate and pass through the too wide mesh of the fabric ” , and on the other hand, health professionals, like Doctor Jimmy Mohamed, (C8) Doctor Pierre Pieniek (general practitioner), and the pharmacist Gilles Bonnefond, believe that this reflex before leaving home, “protects all the same from the virus and that it is better to use it than not to put anything” . They specify however that, “the scarf should be cleaned, washed. If we coughed inside, it also keeps viruses. “
Covid-19: Can I get the virus if I touch my phone?
Confinement necessarily increases hyperconnection within households. We want to take news of our loved ones regularly, stay connected to the information that circulates on the internet and be able to be reached by our colleagues when we are teleworking… So many opportunities to touch our smartphone during the day! Can you “self-contaminate” by touching your cell phone?
This object, which has become essential in our daily lives, would be even dirtier than the toilet bowls , as revealed by a British study. So, yes, it can carry the virus, as previous work has already pointed out, some surfaces may have remained contaminated for several hours. But, as specialists also point out, if the virus can be present on an object such as a smartphone, it is not certain that this can contaminate the person who comes into contact with it, since a minimum quantity of virus is necessary for contamination to occur.
To avoid any risk, it is still preferable to clean your mobile phone very regularly, with alcohol at 70 ° C. Also, remember not to touch your face when using your smartphone…
Can you get coronavirus from food?
If the beginnings of transmission of the Covid-19 coronavirus seem to turn to an original animal from China, no study, to date, warns of a probable contamination by the consumption of food .
“No evidence that food is a likely source or route of transmission of the virus,” said the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in a statement.
It is however important to take precautions when cooking, so as not to displace possible germs on food or kitchen utensils:
Wash hands well before and after cooking
Thoroughly clean kitchen surfaces and kitchen utensils before and after use
Cough and sneeze into his elbow
At what temperature should you wash your clothes to get rid of the virus?
If the coronavirus is spread through contact with droplets of saliva from a person infected with the virus, certain surfaces or objects can also transmit germs.
So washing your clothes regularly, especially those you use to go out shopping is essential to prevent contamination. At what temperature should you wash your clothes to remove all traces of the virus?
To be effective, washing must be done at 56 ° C for 20 to 30 minutes, or at 65 ° C for 5 to 10 minutes, as specified by specialists interviewed by Liberation .
Gilles Pialoux explained that the passage of clothes in the microwave or in a freezer was not necessary, even useless.
Are bleach and white vinegar effective against coronavirus?
To combat the spread of the virus, which has an estimated lifespan of several hours on objects, it is recommended to regularly disinfect its interior. But is bleach effective against the virus? The General Directorate of Health, contacted by Le Parisien, gave its answer: yes, this type of household product can be effective against the germs of the virus, provided that its composition contains at least 70% alcohol. A product to use with care and keep away from the reach of children.
Regarding white vinegar , also called alcohol vinegar, also very often used for cleaning surfaces, specialists do not confirm the effectiveness against the coronavirus.
Can a mosquito bite transmit the Covid-19 virus to me?
In some regions, mosquitoes have already pointed the tip of their noses … But can they transmit the Covid-19 to us ? The answer is no. As WHO has already indicated, Covid-19 is transmitted from human to human, and cannot be transmitted between species. There is therefore no risk of contracting the virus if you are bitten by a mosquito …
Should you shave your beard and mustache to avoid contamination by the coronavirus?
Fashion is with a beard and mustache … And containment does not help: men tend to let it grow! But one question often comes up: should you shave your beard and mustache to limit the spread of Covid-19?
And the answer from Doctor Patrick Pelloux on the set of BFMTV is clear: “Yes, the virus can last several hours on the beard and on the mustache. This is why wearing a beard is not allowed in the middle I advise everyone to wash their face regularly … or even to shave! “.
Not surprisingly, since a Swiss study had claimed that a beard could be dirtier than your dog’s hair.
Can my cat or dog transmit the coronavirus to me?
Confinement is an opportunity to take advantage of our pets, which make us well in this pandemic period, to say the least anxious…
But many people wonder if their favorite animal, dog or cat, can infect them . Do not panic, the WHO reassures and states that “there is no evidence that pets / pets such as dogs or cats can be infected with the new coronavirus”. It would be the “species barrier” which would prevent a virus from being transmitted from one hope to another.
Where to download the new derogatory travel certificate and how to do it without a printer?
To carry out all of these outings, the possession of a derogatory travel certificate is essential. The new version can be downloaded from the Ministry of the Interior website . Print it and fill it with your details. It will then be necessary to check one of the 7 boxes to specify the type of movement. This certificate must be provided to the police in the event of a check. The date and time of exit are to be mentioned on your certificate.
For people who don’t have a printer, don’t panic. You can completely copy the certificate on free paper. Attention, do not go to your neighbors or friends to print it, confinement would lose all its meaning.
Travel certificate: the text to be copied on free paper
For those who cannot print, here is the model to copy on free paper. In application of article 3 of the decree of March 23, 2020 prescribing the general measures necessary to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic in the context state of health emergency.
I, the undersigned Ms. / Mr.
Resident: certifies that my trip is related to the following reason authorized by article 3 of the decree of March 23, 2020 prescribing the general measures necessary to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic in the context of the state of health emergency :
☐ travel between the home and the place of exercise of the professional activity, when they are essential for the exercise of activities which cannot be organized in the form of telework (on permanent proof) or professional trips which cannot be deferred;
☐ trips to make essential purchases in authorized establishments (list on government.fr); travel for health reasons;
☐ travel for compelling family reasons, for assistance to vulnerable persons or childcare;
☐ brief trips, within the limit of one hour daily and within a maximum radius of one kilometer around the home, linked either to the individual physical activity of the people, to the exclusion of any collective sports practice and any proximity to other people, either walking with the only people in the same home, or the needs of pets.
☐ Judicial or administrative summons.
☐ Participation in missions of general interest at the request of the administrative authority.
Done at ……………………………, On: (Date and time of start of outing to be mentioned obligatorily)
Can I present the travel certificate on my phone?
The presentation of the derogatory travel certificate on smartphone, initially authorized, is no longer valid from this day. Following the proliferation of fraudulent sites offering certificates against personal data, the government has finally decided to refuse certificates on smartphones. If you do not have a printer, you can still copy the text onto plain paper.
What exits are allowed during containment?
To fight the coronavirus , our best weapon is social distancing. Since Tuesday March 17, and for at least 15 days, travel will be authorized only if: – it is a home-work trip, when teleworking is not possible; – it is a trip to do basic necessities; – this is a trip for health reasons (doctor, hospitals, pharmacy, optician, etc.); – travel for compelling family reasons, for assistance to vulnerable persons or childcare; – trips to exercise individually and for the needs of pets. Since Tuesday, medical trips will only be authorized for urgent care, which “cannot be postponed” or”be insured remotely”, except for patients with a long-term condition. Also, individual physical activity is now limited to one hour per day and within a maximum radius of one kilometer around the home.
What fine do we incur in the event of non-compliance with confinement?
French people who continue to travel for “unnecessary” reasons and / or who travel without the certificate will be penalized. In the event of violation of these measures, a fine of 135 euros, 1500 euros in the event of recidivism within 15 days and 3700 euros and a maximum of six months’ imprisonment in the case of four violations within thirty days are incurred.
Picard frozen delivery: how does it work?
With the Picard brand, via its website, it is possible to have permanent access to nearly 1,100 products and references at the same price as in stores. Delivery is available in Paris, Ile-de-France but also in most major cities in mainland France and costs only 5 euros for orders over 20 euros.
Leclerc: all you need to know about home shopping delivery
Chez Leclerc, only Parisians can have their groceries delivered to their home via the E.Leclerc Chez Moi website . The 20 arrondissements of Paris can be delivered from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. , subject to available slots. In addition, the minimum order amount is 50 euros , with 9.90 euros delivery costs. From 150 euros of purchase, delivery is free.
Home shopping at Carrefour: instructions for use
At Carrefour, home delivery is possible in 80 cities in France. Just enter your address on the Carrefour.fr site to find out if you can benefit from it. However, according to the CEO of the brand, priority is given ” to the most vulnerable customers and to medical and hospital staff “. Deliveries are available from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. , and possible on Sundays in certain municipalities, with a minimum order of 50 euros . For an order between 50 and 100 euros , the delivery costs are 8 euros and 5 euros for an order between 101 and 150 euros. The costs are free for any order over 150 euros , the same for pregnant women.
Intermarché: focus on home delivery
At Intermarché, home deliveries are organized from its stores in Paris and in the regions. To find out if you can benefit, enter your address on the Intermarche.com website . Delivery times vary from store to store and the minimum order amount is 50 euros . The delivery costs vary between 0 and 14.90 euros depending on the amount of the basket , the floor , the delivery conditions and the volumes ordered . The first delivery is offered for a minimum amount of 40 euros .
How to shop online at Auchan?
At Auchan, home shopping deliveries are open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Lille , Lyon , Paris and their regions . The minimum order amount is 50 euros . The delivery costs are 9.90 euros for an order between 50 and 150 euros , 5 euros for an order between 150 and 180 euros and free for any order over 180 euros . Connect to the Auchan.fr website .
Home shopping delivery: how does it work at Monoprix?
At Monoprix, the home delivery area is variable. To find out if you can benefit from it, enter your address on the Monoprix.fr site . You can have it delivered from Monday to Saturday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. for a minimum order of 50 euros. The delivery costs are 8 euros for an order between 50 and 99 euros and 5 euros for an order between 100 and 149 euros . Delivery is free for all orders over 150 euros . Additional delivery costs may be requested if the basket contains a volume of liquid (water, fruit juice, soda, etc.) greater than 72 liters.During this period of confinement, a toll-free number has been set up to order everyday purchases and to be delivered to your home for free. Three baskets with a selection of essential products are offered for sale at a price of 30, 40 or 45 euros.
Everything you need to know about online shopping at Franprix
At Franprix, it is possible to have your shopping delivered to your home 7 days a week in Paris and the inner suburbs , in Lyon and Villeurbanne . The minimum order amount and delivery costs depend on the distance and the delivery time. To see on the site Franprix.fr .
Super U: how home delivery works
393 Super U offer home delivery:
40 in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes ,
11 in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté ,
40 in Brittany ,
25 in Center / Val-de-Loire ,
2 in Corsica ,
36 in the Grand-Est ,
4 in Hauts-de-France ,
33 in Île-de-France ,
16 in Normandy ,
52 in New Aquitaine ,
27 in Occitania ,
73 in the Pays-de-Loire ,
24 in PACA .
To find out if you can benefit from this, enter your address on the Magasins-u.com site . Schedules and delivery costs vary from store to store. The minimum order amount is set at 70 euros .
Focus on home shopping delivery at Casino
At Casino, home shopping deliveries are possible in Paris and the region . To find out if you can benefit, enter your address on the Supercasino.fr website . Delivery times are variable depending on the stores offering the service. The minimum order amount is 60 euros . The delivery costs are 10 euros for an order between 60 and 119.99 euros , 7 euros for an order amount between 120 and 149.99 euros , and 4 euros for an order between 150 and 179.99 euros . Free deliveryfor any order greater than or equal to 180 euros .