MCDONALD’S has confirmed it WON’T reopen its restaurants for eat-in customers on July 4, despite being given the green light by the government.
The fast food chain says it “isn’t ready” to reopen for dine-in customers.
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It comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave the go-ahead for businesses including restaurants and pubs to reopen from July 4.
Despite being given permission to reopen, McDonald’s hasn’t confirmed when it’ll allow customers to dine-in.
It continues to offer home delivery, takeout and drive-thru orders.
Paul Pomroy, CEO of McDonald’s UK and Ireland, said: “Of course, we still aren’t fully back to normal, we aren’t ready to enable dine-in just yet and we know there are a few favourites still missing from the menu.
“We’re working on it, but will only do so safely, when the time is right.”
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