McDonald's is reopening the dine-in areas at 28 of its restaurant in Northern Ireland from today (Wednesday July 22).
Health and safety measures at the re-opened dine-in areas will include social distancing measures; limiting the number of customers allowed in dine-in areas at any one time; requiring customers to use hand sanitiser upon entering restaurants; and serving food by table service only, as reported by The Belfast Telegraph.
Additionally, customers will be able to order directly to their table using the McDonald's app, and customers will be asked to leave the name of one person in their group, the number of people in their group, a contact number, the date and time of their visit, and the restaurant number.
The 28 Northern Irish McDonald's restaurants that are re-opening their dining areas are Belfast Donegall Place, Bangor - Bloomfield Shopping Centre, Dundonald, Sprucefield, Newtownabbey, Coleraine, Westwood Shopping Centre, Glengormley - Belfast, Ballymena, Portadown, Carrickfergus, Lurgan, Enniskillen, Downpatrick, Omagh, Cookstown, Castlereagh - Saintfields, Newry - Damolly Retail Park, Dungannon, Derry - Strand Road, Derry - Crescent Link, Rushmere Shopping Centre, Newtownards, Banbridge, Strabane, Belfast - Shore Road, Junction Retail Park and Tesco Knocknagoney.
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