Since last week, seven temporary hubs are being tested for the delivery of grocery shopping for the poorest families. One hundred and fifty employees of the Municipality, operators and volunteers will be on the field to deliver food to thousands of people as long as the measures to contain Coronavirus are active. From the logistics center of Banco Alimentare della Lombardia about 1 ton of food is made available for each hub. Pasta, rice, legumes, tuna, biscuits, tomato puree, oil, salt, sugar and, in the case of families with newborns, also infant formula and homogenised milk. Among the families who receive the shopping there are also those followed by the Department of Social Policies, the Food Bank and the Listening Centers of Caritas in Milan. The operations will be performed according to a vade-mecum of conduct valid for all, present within each hub, which will indicate the safety, cleanliness, management and privacy rules. 130 masks, about 300 pairs of gloves, dispensers and bottles of sanitizing gel are already available to employees and volunteers in every space.