Message from Bónus
Dear Bónus customer,
There is a great deal of uncertainty in our community and around the world at the moment because of COVID-19. Our stores have been under a great deal of pressure to keep up with customer demand but we assure you our fantastic staff is doing their best during this trying times. We ask of our customers to show us patience, respect social distancing as well as keep in mind that only 100 people can be gathered in each store at a time.
We all carry a big responsibility and it is very important that we come as one to fight this common enemy by following the guidelines set forth by the authorities. Our stores are equipped with hand sanitizer stations (2-3 stations in each store) and our staff is well aware of the places that need cleaning regularly such as keypads and touch screens.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Regarding delivery or other questions regarding the new regulations that are now in effect in Iceland surrounding COVID-19 and the quarantine restrictions for travelers.
The latest information is always to be found here: https://www.covid.is/english
Here you have also the directive from the Icelandic government and we would like to highlight the following:
“Quarantined individuals must not themselves go out for supplies, i.e. to the pharmacy, the grocery store etc. This must be considered when choosing accommodations and the location where quarantine is based. § Hotels and other providers of accommodations for quarantine may provide room service or allow delivery of food from restaurants or grocery stores to the base of quarantine. Please note that delivery options are not common outside of larger towns. In the Capital Area several grocery stores and many restaurants offer delivery, on their own websites or through online delivery centres. If visitors in Iceland have local family or friends, they may be able to assist with necessities but should leave them at the door and not enter the base of quarantine. If visitors are unexpectedly quarantined for contact with a case and do not have accommodations arranged to complete 14 days in quarantine, they can be accommodated in official quarantine facilities where necessities will be provided by the Red Cross or other parties. The Red Cross also has a helpline 1717 (+354 580 1710 for foreign numbers) where you can ask for assistance, get support or information and talk to someone in confidence. The helpline is open 24/7 and is free of charge.”
Bónus does not offer a delivery or pick-up services. I hope your stay in Iceland will be great even under these strange circumstances.