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McDonald’s Malaysia Will Continue To Ban Visitors From Dining In

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Source: Twitter / WSJ

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As the government moves to a more relaxed MCO whereby dine-in at restaurants are allowed but with conditions such as table distancing, social distancing, registration of customer contacts and face masks for workers will be the new norm, McDonald’s have taken a different route by still not offering dine-ins for its patrons.

Taking to Twitter, McDonald’s have taken the advice of Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin who said that “It is better not to dine-in” to the next level by insisting patrons to take-away.

“Your safety is our main priority. For now, we do not offer dine-in options for our patrons.”

“There are still other ways to enjoy your favourite meals either through McDelivery, drive-thru or take away.”

This is of course not one of the only measures taken by McDonald’s to ensure the safety of all their patrons, as they have put in place an SOP of frequently testing both crew and riders of their temperatures.

The extra precautionary measure is certainly a welcoming sight for Malaysians who are still on the fence with regards to the relaxed MCO, set to take place tomorrow.

On another positive note, it is a good thing that McDonald’s Malaysia is not closed down, unlike the situation in Singapore. 

 

Also read: McDonald’s Decided to Close Down Until May 4 in Singapore

 

Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

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