Due to the severity of the coronavirus case, people in England are about to enter their second lockdown this year.
Strict measures will be taken to try the wrist of the virus from Thursday 5 November to 2 December.
Sadly this means more businesses and places are forced to close for the next four weeks, including pubs, restaurants, non-essential shops, hairdressers and beauty salons.
However, the government has confirmed 21 businesses that may remain open for the lockdown period and others may still collect click-throughs or provide acceptance and delivery services depending on the nature of the business.
The March lockdown saw many food chains and coffee shops on the High Street forced to close, such as McDonald’s, Greggs, KFC, Starbucks, Costa and Subway.
However, it seems that there are a few more exceptions this time around and the chains are still there after the supply and offer.
There is no need to worry about those who have fixed the maxis for the last time.
The fast food chain will still open its drive-thru sites as well as provide its acceptance and delivery services through Uber Eats and Just Eats.
Dine-in areas will be closed throughout.
Paul Pomroi, McDonald’s UK chief executive, said operating time and services may vary at some restaurants, so it’s best to check for changes through the My McDonald’s app and website.
We all know it’s festival baking season but whatever you like, Greggs has allowed it to be open this time around.
The bakery will be open for takeaways and delivery orders via the Justit, Gregs website or the Gregs Rewards app.
Branches will be open for customers to pop in and order from there, but seating will be closed.
KFC is also in the chain which will be open for acceptance and delivery during lockdown.
Customers can order through the KFC app or through Uberites, Justit and Deliver.
Drive-through services will also be available at some of its restaurants and you can also order store-in stores.
As above, the subway will also be open for subway and supply.
Those who want to get their hands on the sub can order takeways through the store or subway app, Uberites, Justit or Deliver.
It’s the festive drinking season of the season and just after releasing their long-awaited festival menu, can you get your cool chill around a hot drink?
The good news is that the answer is yes.
The coffee chain has confirmed that stores in England will be open for acceptance, delivery and service collection from Thursday.
Drive-through lanes will remain open with all 9,000+ of our Costa Express machines.
Another, along with a raft of festive drinks to visit your way, Starbucks has confirmed that most of its stores will remain open but they will only be able to deliver food and drink.
You can still order inside to drive from the store or via a drive through the lane, collect a store using the Storebox UK app, or order delivery (from participating stores) from Uber It’s.
If it’s a chicken fix that sees you in the next four weeks, your luck is good.
The chain will still be able to order food on delivery or takeaway through Delivery or click and collect directly through Nando’s website.