§ 9-5104.  Fees During Public Health Emergencies.
   (1)   It shall be unlawful for third-party food delivery services to charge food service establishments a delivery fee per online order for the use of their services that totals more than ten percent (10%) of the purchase price of each online order.
   (2)   It shall be unlawful for third-party food delivery services to charge food service establishments any fee or fees other than a delivery fee for the use of their service greater than five percent (5%) of the purchase price of each online order.
   (3)   Any fees or other charges from a third-party food delivery service to a food service establishment beyond such maximum five percent (5%) fee per order, and a delivery fee collected pursuant to subsection (1), are unlawful.
   (4)   It shall be unlawful for third-party food delivery services to reduce the compensation rates paid to the services delivery drivers, or to garnish gratuities, as a result of any fee limitations instituted by this Section.
   (5)   The requirements of this Section apply only during a declared public health emergency and for a period of 90 days after the end of a declared emergency.