To make social distancing a little easier, the SAQ has brought back home delivery.\nThe company is also prioritizing the stock of 500 of its most popular items.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe SAQ is making social distancing a whole lot easier. The Crown liquor and wine store is bringing back home deliveries. The news comes after long lines outside SAQ stores were spotted across the province.\n"Home delivery is back!" the company announced on its website Monday.\n"The SAQ has teamed up with Purolator to deliver your purchases right to your door!"\n"This new partner[ship] will allow us to better serve our customers who prefer to stay at home and/or who must comply with current containment requirements," a statement provided to MTL Blog reads.\nA spokesperson further confirmed that home delivery will last for the duration of the crisis.\nA $12 home delivery fee will apply, but the proceeds will benefit the Quebec Food Banks "[allowing] you to contribute to a good cause."\nThe company states, however, that delivery times are now as long as 10 days.\nThe news will nevertheless be met with enthusiasm — and even relief — among SAQ customers.\nPrecautions implemented at physical stores to protect employees and customers have multiplied wait times and complicated the buying experience.\nView this post on Instagram Plus que jamais, il faut continuer à partager C’est pourquoi nos employés continuent d’offrir un service exceptionnel malgré les contraintes et mettent tout en œuvre pour vous rendre la vie plus facile. Grâce à eux, vous pouvez continuer à vivre des moments de partage, même si c’est à distance. Nous leur disons merci. #PartageonsPlusQueJamais Visionnez la vidéo où plusieurs voix se joignent à Catherine Dagenais, présidente et chef de la direction SAQ, pour témoigner leur reconnaissance envers nos employés. A post shared by La SAQ Officiel (@lasaq) on Apr 2, 2020 at 1:32pm PDT\nThe closure of stores on Sunday to give employees a much-needed break has further limited customers' ability to access products.\nHome delivery will allow Quebec residents to more stringently adhere to the government request to limit travel outside of the home.\nIt will also enable more movie nights with wine and popcorn.\nThe SAQ isn't the only store to shift to online service.\nView this post on Instagram COVID-19: «Merci de contribuer au bien-être de tous», un message de Catherine Dagenais, présidente et chef de la direction de la SAQ 👉 à lire dans SAQ.COM • COVID-19: "Thank you for doing your part for everyone's well-being", a message from Catherine Dagenais, president and CEO 👉 SAQ.COM . #lasaq #saq A post shared by La SAQ Officiel (@lasaq) on Mar 26, 2020 at 7:38am PDT\nThe closure of non-essential establishments, including restaurant dining rooms, has put unprecedented emphasis on online shopping and ordering.\nThankfully, everything from bakeries to Pho restaurants has made goods and dishes available through the internet.\nSAQ | Facebook\nIn addition to the revived home delivery service, the SAQ announced Monday that it would prioritize the supply of 500 of its most popular products.\nAnd, excitingly, "as of April 9, some twenty new arrivals will be posted online every Thursday. Rosés and ready-to-drink products will also be offered in the coming weeks."\nStay tuned for more news.