Supermac’s To Follow McDonald’s And Close All Irish Stores This Week

The news was announced this evening.

As Ireland continues Covid-19 lockdown, Supermac’s has decided to make the decision to close all stores throughout Ireland from this Thursday, March 26.

In a statement released on Instagram this evening, the restaurant chain said the closure will occur at 7pm this Thursday and from today, all seating in the restaurants will close meaning customers can only avail of the stores takeaway services.

 

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This follows on from the news that McDonald’s will close doors at all their Irish restaurants this evening. Releasing a statement yesterday, McDonald’s announced that it wasn’t an easy decision to make however, “one made with the well-being and safety of our employees in mind as well as the best interests of our customers.”

 

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The Irish subsidiary has more than 80 restaurants operated by the company on a franchise basis.

Subway, Krispy Kreme, Nando’s and Costa Coffee have all made plans to close in the coming days as they adhere to the changing health and safety guidelines.

The number of chains and restaurants closing is expected to continue rising in the coming days as we tackle the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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