ORDER ALLOWS DELIVERY: No word yet which ones will, but Colonial already allows web orders for pickup.

A closer reading of the emergency order on alcohol sales (thanks, B.) appears to show that the governor has allowed liquor stores to deliver.

Yes.

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Retail liquor stores with drive thru windows are encouraged to use those exclusively.  Retail liquor stores may offer curbside services and delivery to their patrons.

Shazam.

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This is one of many, many things forced by the emergency that might be worth considering in post-crisis times. Telecommuting for starters.

UPDATE: Because I couldn’t believe my eye, I asked for confirmation from Scott Hardin at Finance and Administration:

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That is correct. Liquor stores may now make deliveries and may also walk product to customers in vehicles on-site.

Additionally, restaurants with a beer and wine permit may include (sealed) beer and wine in deliveries but the beer or wine must accompany a food order.

All of this applies only to wet counties. A restaurant operating under a private club permit may not deliver in a dry county