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McDonald’s reopened in Kremenchuk and Poltava

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With the opening of these establishments, McDonald’s has already restored more than 70% of the chain’s restaurants. Currently there are 87 McDonald’s restaurants in Ukraine.

The chain of fast food restaurants McDonald’s continued the work of two restaurants in Kremenchuk on the street. Kyiv, 6, and in Poltava on the street. European, 187-A. This was reported by the company’s press service.

The Poltava institution is located on the street leading to the city center near the Kyiv-Kharkov highway. Restaurant in Kremenchug – near the transport link Dnepr – Kremenchug – Kyiv.

With the opening of these establishments, McDonald’s has already restored more than 70% of the chain’s restaurants. Currently there are 87 McDonald’s restaurants in Ukraine.

The establishments will operate from 07:00 to 22:00 and will follow extended security rules, where, in case of an air alert, the team will quickly complete all the processes and close the establishment so that the employees and visitors can go to the shelter.

It was mentioned that in the case of increased demand in the first days of operation, the establishments will work for a limited number of visitors in order to implement the updated security procedures more effectively.

By analogy with the continuation of the work of restaurants that have been closed for a long time, the restaurants in Poltava and Kremenchug will first be given a reduced menu, which will be gradually expanded.

Remember that McDonald’s continued to work on the Dnieper.

It was also reported that McDonald’s opened a new restaurant in Vinnitsa.

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Source: korrespondent

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