Jollibee, McDonald's amongst brands in the Philippines trimming down operations due to COVID-19 quarantine
The 'enhanced community' quarantine in Luzon started earlier this week.
Fast food heavyweights Jollibee, McDonald’s and KFC are trimming down its operations in the Philippines due to the imposed quarantine in Luzon due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
In an advisory, Jollibee said it would close some stores in Luzon during the COVID-19 lockdown whilst ensuring that outlets that will stay open will service customers on drive-thru, delivery and take out.
McDonald’s said its stores remain open and will prioritise processing orders - placed only between 7am and 4:30pm - made via its app and website. The fast food giant also implemented a “no touch policy” for delivery staff.
KFC also decided to continue trading whilst limiting the number of operating stores.