McDonald's has confirmed that all of its drive-thru restaurants in Ireland will reopen by Thursday, June 4.
The company said that between Tuesday and Thursday next week, 51 of its restaurants will reopen for drive-thru services.
This follows the opening of six drive-thru restaurants in Dublin last week.
McDonald's had temporarily closed all its restaurants in Ireland and the UK in March due to Covid-19.
It said that with fewer employees working in its kitchens, service may take little longer than usual.
"With smaller teams, we will still be offering a limited menu over reduced hours, and we ask that you make contactless payments, and limit your spend to €30," the statement added.