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After weeks of lockdown, McDonald's appears to be returning to some kind of 'normality', with more than 1,000 of its restaurants reopening for delivery and takeaway this week.
And it would seem that customers are pretty excited to get their hands on a cheeky Maccies once again, with hundreds of diners lining up to form a mile-long queue outside a store in Wiltshire.
Footage has been shared showing dozens of cars clogging up the A36 in Salisbury this morning (3 June), waiting to place their order.
This comes as the fast food chain opened its window hatches (doesn't have the same ring as 'doors') to customers at 665 locations for Drive-Thru and a further 65 restaurants for McDelivery on 2 and 3 June.
And this is set to rise even further, with hundreds more restaurants set to reopen later this week.
However, there will be a series of changes in places - new measures for staff and customers include:
Announcing the development, which is being rolled out this week, a McDonald's spokesperson said: "We can today announce that by 4th June, 1,019 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."
In its statement, McDonald's also asked for customers' 'patience and support' as restaurants open with fewer employees, who will have to 'adjust to the new ways of working'.
McDonald's also said it is continuing to review these measures as reopening is rolled out.
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