The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of changes around the globe. Several stores now require face masks and have put limits on their product purchases. McDonald's is the latest business to announce changes that will go into effect once their restaurants reopen. The chain said that in an effort to keep employees and customers safe they plan on taking the following precautions:
- Social Distancing marker on the floors for customers in line
- Gone are the days of people huddled at the counter huddled for their food. Some restaurants are considering adopting a table service in which employees wheel over orders on a trolley to ensure contact-less delivery and appropriate social distancing.
- Entrances with hand sanitizers
- Children's Play Places will remain closed for the foreseeable future
- Entry points with hand wash stations
- Employees wearing gloves
- Restaurants will have less seating accomadatingRestaurants will seat 66% less customers to allow for more spaced out seating
Restaurants aren't the only places switching up their business models. Check out what one theater is doing before allowing guests to watch movies.