McDonald’s stops serving takeaway meals at ALL UK and Eire branches on account of Covid – however will provide drive-thru and deliveries
McDonald’s is closing all its 1,300 eating places throughout Britain for walk-in takeaway after England was plunged into a 3rd nationwide lockdown.
The chain will stay open for drive-through and supply however prospects will now not be allowed inside shops to put orders, even when they’re taking them out.
The announcement was made at 8pm final night time, with walk-in takeaway service ending for the forseeable future after eating places closed three hours later.
McDonald’s UK and Eire chief government Paul Pomroy stated: ‘Following the most recent authorities bulletins, our eating places will stay open for Drive-Via and McDelivery companies and Click on & Serve for Drive-Via which is accessible through the My McDonald’s App.
‘Our dine-in and walk-in takeaway companies will probably be quickly unavailable whereas we take time to assessment and reassess our security procedures with an impartial well being and security physique.
‘It is a short-term change in our operations to permit us to check and validate any extra measures that will additional improve the security of our takeaway service.
‘We’ll proceed to maintain prospects up to date through the My McDonald’s App and our web site.’