Subway & Krispy Kreme
Subway is the latest food outlet to announce it is closing its stores in Ireland and the UK.
The sandwich chain will close from 5pm this evening until further notice.
It says this is the best way to support social distancing during the virus pandemic.
Stay safe out there. We’ll be back soon 💚💛 pic.twitter.com/Idi6a6oKk0
— Subway® UK (@SubwayUK) March 23, 2020
Krispy Kreme has announced it's closing its UK and Ireland stores from this evening.
The donut shop, which has an outlet in Blanchardstown, will temporarily shut from 6 o'clock.
The company says staff will continue to be paid as normal.
See you soon 🍩 pic.twitter.com/3KnoYosFW2
— Krispy Kreme Ireland (@KrispyKremeIRL) March 23, 2020
Nando's is also joining the list of outlet's which are closing.
Lots of love, Nando’s ❤ pic.twitter.com/OxIGVeU4S5
— Nando's (@NandosUK) March 22, 2020
Starbucks has also announced it is closing its stores across Ireland.
— Starbucks Ireland (@StarbucksIE) March 23, 2020
Beshoff Bros Fish and Chip shops will close as well.
We are sorry to announce that we will be closing our stores until further notice for any walk-in customers. You will still be able to order for Delivery through UberEats or https://t.co/4NfRdct13i
To see our full post, please visit our Facebook page or Instagram. pic.twitter.com/NaXf1p6ekf
— Beshoff Bros (@BeshoffsBros) March 23, 2020
Supermac's is also closing from Thursday due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
— Supermac's (@SupermacsIRE) March 23, 2020
The closures come as McDonald's announced last night that it will also be shutting its stores from today.