Fairfield Police Department supports local restaurants during coronavirus outbreak

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Fairfield police are helping local restaurants by ordering food one lunch at a time during the coronavirus outbreak.

Fairfield police launched a social media campaign called "Law and Order to Go," which highlights police ordering lunch for curbside pickup from their favorite Fairfield restaurants.

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Capt. Robert Kalamaras says with local businesses struggling, the campaign is a great way to encourage the community to show it's support while also promoting social distancing.

"This is unprecedented time that we've never seen before and I think it's gonna take a village. Not to sound cliche but it's gonna take a village to do this. And [in] order to do that, it's gonna be a community supporting each other, and we'll all get through this together," Kalamaras says.

Police also say the Chamber of Commerce has posted a list of all the Fairfield restaurants where you can still order for curbside pickup.

 

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