Subway is set to reopen more than 600 of its restaurants across the UK.
Reports are emerging this morning suggesting that the sandwich chain will be opening a quarter of its stores for takeaway only and that each store will all adhere to the new social distancing guidelines.
It has also been announced that all NHS and key workers will receive 25% off their orders.
Subway is the latest food chain to announce reopening plans amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic following the government address to the nation by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday evening.
Colin Hughes, Country Director at Subway UK & Ireland said: "Everybody in our Subway family and the wider communities they serve, has shown great resilience in adapting to these challenging times that we currently find ourselves in."
"We are extremely grateful for their ongoing support in anticipation of this next phase of our gradual reopening, which will enable us to continue to serve our communities and frontline workers, who have helped us all so much in recent weeks."
Subway closed its doors to the public in the UK & Ireland on 23rd March 2020.
Stay safe out there. We’ll be back soon 💚💛 pic.twitter.com/Idi6a6oKk0— Subway® UK (@SubwayUK) March 23, 2020
A date for reopening has not been currently confirmed, nor has a list of branches set to reopen been released, but you can find out if your local store is opening on the store finder here.
More to follow.