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Supermac’s reopening three Galway outlets from today

Supermac’s will reopen three outlets in Galway City for limited delivery and drive thru services from today, with more to follow nationwide.

This morning Supermac’s announced that it will be providing a limited service at a number of outlets after consultation with authorities, as well as their staff and suppliers, including farmers.

The first three outlets to reopen will all be in Galway City at their Headford Road (Drive-Thru), Tuam Road (Drive-Thru), and Newcastle (Delivery) outlets which are open .

All lobbies and seating will remain closed for the time being, and no mention was made in today’s statement of their city centre branches, or other Galway towns.

“The outlets will open on a phased basis in locations where the company can provide hot cooked meals to the public while fully implementing government guidelines regarding social distancing for our staff and customers.

“Initially, we will provide only Drive Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect where it is safe to do so.”

Supermac’s has been closed nationwide for a month since announcing it was suspending services on March 26.

Following on from the outlets in Galway, twelve more restaurants will be opening around the country on Friday. They are:

  • Portlaoise – Drive Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Ballysimon Rd, Limerick – Drive Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Kinnegad – Drive Thru and Drive & Collect
  • Clonmel – Drive Thru and Drive & Collect
  • O Connell St Dublin – Delivery Only
  • Carrick on Shannon – Drive Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Roscommon – Drive Thru and Drive & Collect
  • Trim – Drive Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Drogheda – Drive Thru and Drive & Collect
  • Sligo – Drive Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Ballindine – Drive Thru and Drive & Collect
  • Carlow – Drive Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect

Only contactless card payment will be accepted from customers for now.

The Galway based fast food chain has also said that its staff will be wearing gloves and masks, and undergo temperature monitoring at the start of each shift.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@34.245.10.193
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