If you don't want to go out to get groceries or any other household essentials you need, you might have turned to delivery services. However, one massive retailer is experiencing delays in getting orders to people. Costco Canada's two-day delivety service is running longer than expected, leaving some customers worried about getting their essentials on time.\nHaving groceries delivered right to your door can be so much easier than going out and waiting in lines or battling people for the last package of toilet paper.\nWith this service from Costco, you can get non-perishable food and household supplies sent right to you in almost every province if you're within a qualifying area.\nYou don't even have to leave the house to take advantage of it, but you will have to wait a while to re-stock the fridge.\nNow the wholesale retailer is letting customers know that the once two-day service is running behind between nine and 10 days.\nThat's for all of the qualified areas across the country.\n"We apologize for the inconvenience," the retailer said on its website.\nSo, unfortunately, two-day has turned into a 10-day delivery.\nIf you were hoping to order laundry detergent or toothpaste or granola bars or anything else you can think of and get it within two days, that won't be the case.\nView this post on Instagram If you have a CostcoCanada membership. I HIGHLY recommend only shopping there if you can. I am completely blown away by their reaction to the social distancing and the protective measures not only for the public, but ALSO for their staff. We lined up outside for 20 mins. Not a big deal as our cart was wiped down. An umbrella offered (which was disinfected). Extremely friendly staff. Inside, due to limiting the amount of ppl at a time, we were not bumping into anyone. The way to cash out was super impressive and seamless. Staff again extremely friendly. Paying - they unloaded our cart as we stood away from them. They stood away as we paid. I cannot say enough about how impressed I am. Hats off to you @costco @costcoguelph . . . .#costco #costcocanada #costcoguelph #amazingcustomerservice #groceryshopping #safetyfirst A post shared by Kyla Duguay (@kyladuguay) on Mar 29, 2020 at 10:08am PDT\nBack on March 2, Costco Canada posted on Facebook that two-day delivery had finally launched across the country.\nThe service is available in select parts of B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, P.E.I. and Nova Scotia.\nThat made it possible for members to get non-perishable food, household supplies and other specifically marked items delivered to them.\nView this post on Instagram Line of people to visit Costco #mississauga #covid19 #socialdistancing #canada #canada🇨🇦 #ontario #mississaugaphotographer #costco #costcocanada A post shared by AS (@smeet2002) on Apr 5, 2020 at 8:58am PDT\nWith the online service, there is no minimum order so you don't have to spend a certain amount of money to get it.\nHowever, if you spend $75 or more before tax, there is no delivery charge.\nIf you still want to order despite the change in delivery time, you can check to see if you're within one of the designated areas.