MCDONALD’S has slowly begun to reopen a number of restaurants for drive-thru and home delivery.
But how is the fast food giant adapting to the coronavirus pandemic to best serve its customers?
McDonald’s has undergone several changes since reopening branches in the UK, including reduced opening hours and implementing health and safety measures.
While fast food fans are delighted to have the takeway firm up and running, there are some changes they need to be aware of.
Here is a breakdown of McDonald’s drive-thru, home delivery and menu options.
What McDonald’s drive-thrus are open?
In the UK, 33 restaurants have reopened drive-thru lanes for customers, as of Wednesday, May 20, 2020.
Of the 33 branches, 23 are open for drive-thru only, while 10 are open for drive-thru and delivery.
Meanwhile, in Dubin six drive thrus are open, including the Belgard Road and East Wall Road branches.
For a full list of the McDonald’s branches open for drive-thru check here.
What McDonald’s branches are doing home delivery?
Five branches in the UK have opened for delivery only, the branches include Welling and Tooting.
However, several restaurants open for drive thru are also offering home delivery.
Orders must be a maximum of £25 and delivery delays are to be expected as McDonald’s has fewer staff to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
See below for the full list of branches providing drive thru and delivery.