Sheffield news The rule changes for McDonald's, KFC and Burger King from tomorrow PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Those looking to make up for lost time and order Big Macs, foot-long subs or a bargain bucket will have to still obey strict rules to protect the public against coronavirus

Sheffield news The rule changes for McDonald's, KFC and Burger King from tomorrow PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Those looking to make up for lost time and order Big Macs, foot-long subs or a bargain bucket will have to still obey strict rules to protect the public against coronavirus

Sheffield news  The rule changes for McDonald's, KFC and Burger King from tomorrow PremierLeague-News.Com
16 May 2021 - 13:01

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Restaurants up and down the country will open their doors for diners for the first time in months tomorrow as we take one step closer to freedom. Lockdown restrictions are set to be eased on May 17, paving the way for fast-food chains to welcome indoor diners. However, those looking to make up for lost time and order Big Macs, foot-long subs or a bargain bucket will have to still obey strict rules to protect the public against coronavirus. To get the latest email updates from Yorkshire Live click here . McDonald’s Subway, KFC, Burger King and many others will have a set of rules in place for the safety of their staff and customers. These include the well-known social distancing measures that have become synonymous with the global pandemic. Read More Related Articles The Cherry Tree Wetherspoons to put 52 chairs and 13 tables on Church Street for outdoor drinkers Read More Related Articles The 22-year-old Yorkshire lad who spends £10,000 to look like Ken doll idol Meanwhile, customers will have to wear masks unless they are at their tables eating. Here's a roundup of some major rule changes that customers should know before they grab a bite. McDonald's The fast food giant has announced that all of its restaurants will reopen with table service only. Some restaurants will also have limited seating to enable social distancing to take place. Customers will be "strongly encouraged" to order their food and drinks via the My McDonald’s App where possible, meaning customers can order from their table and have their food brought to them. Read More Related Articles Queen told to snatch Harry and Meghan's titles after Duke's remarks about his upbringing Read More Related Articles The 22-year-old Yorkshire lad who spends £10,000 to look like Ken doll idol All customers will also be asked to wear a face covering when entering the restaurant, unless they are exempt. With the re-opening plans in place, McDonald's said it would now turn its attention to restoring the full menu as well as extending opening hours in the coming months. Paul Pomroy, McDonald’s UK and Ireland CEO, said: “We are delighted to be re-opening our dine-in areas. "Monday is another big step forward for both England and Wales, and we’ll be thrilled to see our customers dining-in and enjoying their meals with us – we know they have been eagerly waiting to get back. Enter your postcode for the latest Covid-19 data for your area "As the country starts to open back up more fully – so are we. “We have not had people dining-in for several months, so while we know our restaurant teams are incredibly excited to welcome customers back to our dine-in areas, we also want to give them time to adjust to the enhanced safety measures and procedures in place that will help protect our customers and our people. "As we take this next step on the road to recovery, we know our restaurants and the communities they operate in will continue to look out for each other. We are working closely with government, and while we are moving in the right direction – we know there is still some way to go, and we must all make every effort to keep each other safe. “We appreciate that the measures in place mean the McDonald’s experience may be a little different to normal, and we are once again asking that our customers bear with us. "Our customers’ patience and support has been fantastic as we have navigated various challenges over the last year, and that has been hugely appreciated by us all.” KFC KFC will be opening most of its indoor dining areas on May 17.

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. They include: Perspex screens at counters to protect customers and staff. Staff will also be seen to be wearing gloves and face masks as appropriate. Staff will be given access to 'non-medical grade face masks and gloves.' There will be two metres guidelines will be marked on the floors of restaurants you are able to go into to order food. Some restaurants will have a limit on how many people will be allowed in at any one time. The menu may also be limited to keep kitchen teams small and ensure food is prepared safely. Customers should pay by contactless if they can. Any deliveries or drive-thru orders will be contact-free. Delivery drivers and customers will be kept separate in restaurants. Restaurant opening hours have also been reduced so fewer members of staff as possible. Burger King Burger King (Image: Naomi Baker/Getty Images) Like other restaurants, Burger King will also be opened a majority of its restaurants for indoor dining. But there will also be strict rules and procedures customers and staff should follow. They include: Hand Washing Staff will be sanitising their hands every 30 minutes. Prevention Burger King will be delivering and allowing contactless delivery where possible. Illness and Exclusion Policy Burger King says it will also be checking temperatures and conditions of staff before every shift. Subway Subway (Image: PA) Subway has remained open for a while but the restaurant will be opening a majority of its indoor dining areas on May 17. Subway will be implementing a number of rules that staff and customers should follow. They are: Restaurant employees wearing masks Markers on the floors of our restaurants to provide further social distancing guidelines Limiting and distancing in-restaurant seating where possible to ensure proper social distancing Placing dividers between employees and guests at participating locations Keeping all ingredients on the sandwich line covered Increasing the cleaning frequency in all restaurants Providing hand sanitizer stations at many of our restaurants Read More Related Articles Girl first spotted by talent scout in Asda is to star in her first film Read More Related Articles Tragedy as young child dies and four adults injured in devastating gas explosion A spokesperson for Subway said: "Our operations and food safety teams are continuously exploring innovative ways to enhance measures that make all Subway restaurants a safe, healthy environment and enjoyable experience for guests. As we move forward, we are reinforcing and implementing additional measures to create an even safer, more comfortable environment for you. "We’re committed to delivering the best Subway experience, which means offering delicious food at great values you can enjoy whether you choose to dine-in or take out. For those who choose to dine-in, seating might be limited to follow safe distancing procedures."

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