KFC has announced re-opening stores in UK,after closing for corona virus,but will you risk buying or ordering cooked food from them?
Nobody really knows everything about this covid 19 pandemic,and for that reason,i personally will not joke with my health and food is the easiest way this can be
At least when you buy raw food,you have to cook it yourself and thereby eleminating all the risks,except you don't follow proper procedure.
But when you buy ready made or ready cooked food,do you kniw what you are getting? Do you know the status of that person or the precautions they took?
Personally,i am nit risking no KFC or anyother fast food outlet.
I am waiting until this whole corona virus thing is over.
Speaking on why they have re-opened,KFC issued a statement saying... "Over the last week, we've reopened 11 of our restaurants in the UK,
hey're open for delivery only and are serving a limited menu, operated by fewer team members with new procedures in place to help ensure we're following social distancing guidelines,there's still a need for affordable, accessible food at this time - so we want to do our part."
The locations where they have re-opened are,Stockport,Staffordshire,Birmingham,Hulme,Portsmouth,Bracknell,Ipswich,Glasgow,Great western retail park branches,Enfield and Manchester.
Good luck and stay safe