Tuesday, November 30, 2021

McDonald’s Updates Logo to Promote Social Distancing – VIDEO

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*The novel coronavirus pandemic is changing everything about life all around us. For instance, restaurants that are still open have been limited to delivery or takeout in many parts of the US.

In other parts of the world, McDonald‘s is now using its iconic logo to remind customers and employees that everyone should be doing their part to help stop the spread of coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, by practicing social distancing.

In Brazil last week, the company debuted a new campaign in which the chain’s signature golden arches have been separated.

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While the signs at physical restaurant locations have not been updated, the change can be seen on the chain’s various official social media platforms.

Like many McDonald’s in the United States, McDonald’s Brazil no longer allows seating in its dining rooms, and is only offering drive-thru, takeout or delivery services.

On Monday, McDonald’s India followed suit with an Instagram post captioned, “A little distance goes a long way! Stay home, stay safe. #SocialDistancing #StaySafe.”

 

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A little distance goes a long way! Stay home, stay safe. #SocialDistancing #StaySafe

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All over the world, restaurants have been forced to adapt to changing guidelines from governments and health officials in recent weeks. McDonald’s has been steadily limiting its offerings in other countries due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

You can get more info on this story at Today via MSN News.

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