Chick-fil-A, Starbucks move to to-go ordering only
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Chick-fil-A and Starbucks are making major changes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Sunday Chick-fil-A announced on its website that they are temporarily closing the dining rooms in its 2,400 restaurants.
Chick-fil-A says the move is designed to limit person-to-person contact.
All locations still plan to offer drive-through services.
But which Chick-fil-A locations will continue to offer take-out, curbside delivery or mobile order options will vary.
Some locations may also alter their operating hours because of COVID-19.
The restaurant chain says it is supporting CDC, state and local health guidelines.
Chick-fil-A customers are encouraged to check the website or their mobile app for the latest information.
Meanwhile Starbucks is closing some locations and reducing hours at others.
At coffee shops that will remain open, customers will have to get their orders to go.
Indoor and outdoor seating will be closed.
But Starbucks drive-thru’s and delivery services will continue to operate.
Posted – 3.16.20