Everyone being stuck inside means ordering more takeout. Luckily there are plenty of great food options that will come right to your door. Little Caesars Canada is joining in to offer free delivery for one week.\nFrom March 16 to 22, the home of the Hot-N-Ready will deliver any online order over $10 for free. That's great news for people trying to leave their home as little as possible.\nAs if having food brought to your door without having to pay extra isn't good enough, there are always plenty of options with Little Caesars. Whether it's their deep-dish pies to the famous crazy bread, which is always a must-have.\nThey have lots of deals too.\nRight now, you can get a Hot-N-Ready pepperoni and cheese stuffed crazy crust pizza for just $10.99.\nLet's run down how many great things there are about that: a pizza with a crust made of crazy bread (that's good) stuffed with cheese (better) and pepperoni (best), delivered to your doorstep.\nLittle Caesars Canada only recently launched their delivery option in partnership with DoorDash.\nHowever, it seems that it's come just in time to tackle the social distancing that Canadians are doing their best to practice during the COVID-19 outbreak.\nThis week only free delivery for online orders of $10 or more! #LittleCaesarsDelivers pic.twitter.com/MRj0NKzmWZ— Little Caesars Pizza (@littlecaesars) March 13, 2020\nA number of companies across Canada have begun taking preventative measures in the midst of the worldwide pandemic.\nIKEA Canada just announced that they would be closing all of their Canadian locations immediately, while still providing delivery of online orders.\nFrom our CEO regarding COVID-19: “I want to assure you that the safety and well-being of customers, employees, and franchisees is our top priority.” Read the full statement here: https://t.co/Jk6JVhHorl— Little Caesars Pizza (@littlecaesars) March 13, 2020\nShoppers Drug Mart is staying open, but it has adjusted its earliest hours to be available exclusively for seniors and people with disabilities who need to shop.\nMore measures are being taken across Canada to limit the spread of the virus. All but four airports will no longer be accepting any international flights, and the Canada-US border has been closed for non-essential travel.