McDonald’s will start to reopen its companies in Kyiv this week, the quick meals big’s head of communications in Ukraine mentioned Monday.
“The reopening of the eating places in Kyiv and western Ukraine will happen in phases over two months,” the assertion on Fb by Alesya Mudzhyri reads.
Whereas McDrive and dine-in eating places will solely open in October, three Kyiv eating places will supply deliveries from Tuesday.
Mudzhyri mentioned that McDonald’s is implementing enhanced procedures for the security of workers and clients, saying that eating places might be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., however will “shut throughout air raid alerts.”
With the reopening, the quick meals big is fulfilling a pledge it made final month to convey again workers regardless of the continuing Russian aggression and restore “a small however essential sense of normalcy.”
McDonald’s had greater than 100 eating places in Ukraine earlier than the Russian invasion, all of which had been closed when the conflict started. In accordance with a statement, the corporate has continued to pay the salaries of greater than 10,000 workers.
McDonald’s additionally suspended operations in Russia in March, the place it had 840 eating places, and bought most to an area licensee in Might.