The fast-food chain was taking preventative action in the fight against COVID-19.
It looks like McDonald’s fans will have to wait until after the current circuit breaker period to have their favourite value meals again.
The fast-food chain announced on Sunday (Apr 19) that it will suspend all restaurant operations, including McDelivery and drive-thru, as a “preventative action in the fight against COVID-19” advised by the Ministry of Health.
The last order for drive-thru was at 8am, while the last delivery order will be at 10:30am. All restaurants will be closed at 11am – so order your big breakfast and sausage mcmuffins while you still can!
“These are unprecedented times for all of us. With the safety of all our customers and employees as the top priority, we will do all we can to help Singapore flatten the curve,” McDonald’s said in a Facebook post. “From all of us at McDonald’s Singapore, we thank you for your continued support. We’ll miss you and look forward to serving you again.”
On Friday, the restaurant had said that it was suspending takeaway service.
This comes as five McDonald’s employees were infected with COVID-19. The employees were working at outlets in Lido, Forum Galleria, Parklane and Geylang East Central.
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