- May 5, 2020 / 3 min readBreakfast items will no longer be on offer, while wraps and milkshakes will also be off the cards.
Burger Chain McDonald's has named the 15 restaurants that will reopen to the public on May 13 as part of a new trial project.
The group has also introduced a reduced menu in place due to fewer staff members being allowed in kitchens at one time.
The move comes after its competitors Burger King, KFC, TGI Fridays and Wagamama reopened their doors for takeaways amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
“Orders will be available through UberEats and Deliveroo in areas such as Chelmsford Riverside and Ipswich Cardinal Park from next week,” shared a spokesperson.
The QSR chain will operate under a temporarily reduced hours of 11am until 10pm.
Breakfast items will no longer be on offer, while wraps and milkshakes will also be off the cards.
To keep workers safe, staff will be given gloves and face masks, and there will be perspex screens installed at checkouts.
Staff will also have their temperatures checked before each shift to make sure they're fit to work.
Customers will be asked to pay for their food with card and contactless payments where possible.
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