It comes after McDonald’s announced new changes to all its stores in response to the government’s coronavirus shut down measures.
The popular fast-food chain has stopped customers from dining in at all its restaurants.
“At Macca’s, looking after you, our team and the wider community is our priority, so in line with Government guidance, we’re making a few changes,” McDonald’s said on Facebook.
Takeaway, drive-thru and delivery will still remain operational.
Customers can still walk into restaurants and order food to take away, but won’t be allowed to sit and eat it inside the restaurant.
Orders are also being accepted on the fast-food chain’s app.
“We’ve increased the cleaning and sanitising of all contact surfaces including our kiosks, tabletops, benches, door handles and floors,” McDonald’s Australia CEO Andrew Gregory said in a statement.
“Our crew are regularly washing their hands with anti-microbial hand wash, and as always, wearing gloves as they prepare your meal.
“The same hand wash is available for our customers to use to wash their hands in our customer bathrooms.
This story originally appeared on 7NEWS.com.au