Photo: Courtesy of McDonald’s China
The majority of Beijing’s restaurants on Monday welcomed their first guests since dine-in suspension on May 1, as the Chinese capital city eased up virus control measures after the latest wave of local COVID-19 resurgence was brought under firm control.
Restaurants and cafés in Beijing except in southern Fengtai district and northern Changping district resumed dine-in services on the first day after the Dragon Boat Festival holidays.
A representative of Starbucks told the Global Times on Monday that its outlets across the city witnessed significantly more guests on Monday.
McDonald’s China office told the Global Times that it is still maintaining quarantine-related procedures to ensure the safety of delivery couriers and dine-in guests. The chain’s restaurants continue to provide “contactless delivery” and “contactless meal pick-up” services.
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