Been hankering for a hamburger? Desperate for a double cheeseburger? Maybe it’s a Big Mac you’re after.

Well today’s the day as McDonald’s reopened it’s Felixstowe Drive-Thru

McDonald’s has re-opened restaurants for Drive-Thru and McDelivery only with new measures in place.

The restaurants closed when the lockdown came into force at the end of March as bosses sought to keep customers and safe safe.

But today they started reopening as part of a three-day drive across the country.

Between June 2 and 4 over 1,000 McDonald’s restaurants will be open in the UK and Ireland, either for Drive-Thru or McDelivery.

There has already been high demand with cars pictured queuing with long waits on roads outside restaurants.

Social distancing has been introduced in the kitchens and service areas to help create a safe working environment for restaurant teams.

Perspex screens have been put at Drive-Thru windows and employees are wearing protective equipment, as well as Perspex screens and floor markings in specific areas in the restaurant and kitchen.

All McDonald’s employees will be asked to confirm they are fit and able to work and contactless thermometers will be used to take employee temperatures on arrival at work for every shift.

Ensuring our delivery procedures with couriers are contactless for both our people and our customers with orders capped at around £25

Luke Smout

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