McDonald's Singapore announced today (April 19) that it will be suspending its Drive-Thru and delivery services till circuit breaker ends on May 4, in an effort to contain the Covid-19 outbreak.

This comes after the fast food chain suspended its restaurant takeaway service after seven McDonald's employees who had worked at nine of its outlets were diagnosed with the coronavirus. 

“These are indeed unprecedented times for all of us. We have done all we can to put in place every safety precautionary measure to keep our employees and customers safe – and will continue to do our part to flatten the curve. Most of all, we will continue to stay strong as a brand and people to ride out this difficult period together. As always, we thank our customers for their continued support and look forward to serving them again on May 5,” says Kenneth Chan, Managing Director, McDonald’s Singapore.

All McDonald's restaurants will be closed for business from today at 11am. Last orders for Drive-Thru is at 8am, while last orders for delivery (including GrabFood) is at 10.30am. 

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