McDonald’s announced that some of its restaurants will reopen in Kyiv this week, according to a company spokeswoman on Sept. 19, after closing down its operations in Ukraine and in Russia at the start of the war.
All 109 McDonald’s restaurants in Ukraine and the 840 in Russia were closed after the Russian invasion in February.
The fast-food chain continued to pay the salaries of more than 10,000 employees while its restaurants remained closed.
Three locations in Kyiv will be reopened on Sept. 20, but only for delivery, Alesya Mudzhyri, McDonald’s head of communications in Ukraine, wrote in a Facebook post.
The dining facilities, express windows, and McDrive will open in October, with new safety protocols to keep employees safe, she said….
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