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Stirling McDonald’s is set to reopen its drive-thru next week.
This comes after the fast food chain announced they would be opening another 975 restaurants across the UK after closing at the end of March due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Scottish restaurants will open between the June 2-4.
However, to control the high demand, McDonald’s will announce the location of the restaurants opening on the day.
A spokesperson from McDonald’s said: “We can today announce that by June 4, 1019 of our restaurants will have reopened, either for Drive Thru or McDelivery.
“This means every drive-thru in the UK and Ireland will reopen between Tuesday and Thursday next week and we will start to expand the availability of McDelivery too.
“This is only possible following the hard work of the teams in our 44 pilot restaurants. Over the last fortnight, our employees, franchisees and suppliers have worked tirelessly to implement new procedures to enable safe working so that we can now help all parts of the UK and Ireland to enjoy the return of the Big Mac.”
However, the restaurants will be offering a limited menu.
Which will include some McDonald’s classic like the Big Mac and Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
The limited menu is due to less members of staff working.
Stirling residents expressed some concerns with the drive-thru reopening, worried that a rush to the drive-thru will block traffic in the area, which has been seen at other fast food outlets throughout the country.
Already KFC, Burger King and, Subway have started to reopen restaurants for deliver and drive-thru across the UK.
McDonald’s joins several Stirling businesses that have already reopened for takeaway orders only.