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McDonald's to reopen in west, south India with new safety measures
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McDonald's to reopen in west, south India with new safety measures
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New Delhi, June 2 (TIWN) As the country gears up to come out of the two-month-long COVID-19 lockdown, Westlife Development, that owns and operates McDonald's restaurants in West and South India is all set to open its doors for customers once again, with enhanced safety norms in view of the pandemic.

Being one of the first QSRs in India to lead the way, the checklist basically ensures the safety of the customers as well as the employees on every step of dining. So now, you can be rest assured while indulging in your cravings for the juiciest burgers and fries, while Mcdonald's focuses on giving you a safe, hygienic and delightful dining experience. This is another great step from the burger giant towards safe dining after it announced contact-less take-out services in West and South India just last week.

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