By Amie Gordon For Mailonline
Published: 14:01 BST, 1 May 2020 | Updated: 14:32 BST, 1 May 2020
McDonald's has revealed it will reopen its first UK restaurants for delivery on May 13 after shutting sites due to the coronavirus lockdown.
It said it will reopen 15 restaurants for delivery only on JustEat and UberEats, with the locations of restaurants being announced next week.
The fast food giant will not be serving breakfast and will return with a limited menu and shorter opening hours from 11am and 10pm.
McDonald's will bring in perspex screens and floor markings, non-medical grade face masks for staff and social distancing measures for delivery drivers.
All employees will be asked to confirm they are fit and able to work, and bosses will use contactless thermometers with temperatures taken on arrival at work for every shift.
McDonald’s furloughed 135,000 staff when it shut up shop temporarily in March.
Under government rules, food firms are allowed to operate as takeaway and delivery outlets under