McDonald’s continues pause on dining room reopenings, requires customers to wear masks


A person wears a protective face mask outside McDonald’s in Union Square during the coronavirus pandemic on April 30, 2020 in New York City.

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McDonald’s pause on reopening U.S. dining rooms will continue for another 30 days as coronavirus cases continue to surge in some parts of the country.

The company will also require customers to wear face coverings, starting Aug. 1, and will add protective panels in its restaurants to allow franchisees to increase order taking, seating capacity and staffing levels.

McDonald’s joins other large retailers and restaurant companies, like Walmart, Kroger and Starbucks, in requiring customers to wear masks across all U.S….


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