I cant see supermarkets doing the 'app status required' off their own back, I think it would need to be mandated by the overlords. Temperature checks are more likely but there would need to be an alternate method for the person to get food to avoid very damaging press.
BUT, I can well see an app with status requirement being placed on transport hubs.
'If the plebs can't use public transport, let their chauffeur drive them ...
Interesting that Jenrick is avoiding bad press despite trouncing lockdown rules with 3 homes and abusing his position for the benefit of his rich ex media pals
but then again - he is one of the prime faces of lies and seems very happy to be such along with handcock
but lets not forget, these are kippers and populists running the show, NOT Tories.
So if johnson and Cummings gets away with unlawful/bending the rules so far out of shape only Lewis Carroll could define - why shouldn't he
Well you have two problems here – one is Amazon and the other is with Hermes.
In terms of Amazon – if I were you I would send them an SAR immediately and find out what is going on. Do it today.
In terms of Hermes – which might be the better target for getting your money back, do they say on their website that the items have both been delivered?
Is this a delivery that you organised or is it one the Amazon organised giving you their label et cetera?
Have you checked the tracking details?
What was the declared value of the items that you sent to Amazon?