Morrisons will reopen 320 cafés in England for sit-ins with new social distancing rules that customers must follow. The retailer has also updated its menu and slashed prices on popular items. This is what you can get.
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During the coronavirus crisis, cafés and restaurants were asked to close across the country.
While Morrisons stores stayed open for customers to pick up groceries, the cafés were closed off.
The supermarket giant has since been working on ways to make the areas safer for customers.
Last month, more than 400 Morrisons cafés opened their doors again for takeaway orders only.
Shoppers were able to pick up deals including hot drinks and bacon and sausage sandwiches.
From July 4, restaurants in England are allowed to open again with safety measures in place.
On this date, Morrisons will open 320 of its cafés for sit-in across England.
When visiting branches, customers will need to follow new social distancing rules.
Social distancing rules
New safety equipment has been installed to keep customers and colleagues safe.
This includes perspex screens to separate customer booths and hand sanitiser will be available at all times.
New signs have also been put in place to help shoppers navigate around the stores while sticking to the one-metre-plus rule.
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A limited menu will also be offered including many customer favourites.
These will be available to pick up for a reduced price to welcome customers back to the cafés.
Shoppers can pick up traditional fish and chips which will be reduced from £5.60 to £4.95.
Morrisons Big Breakfast will come with a free cup of Yorkshire Tea.
There will also be a takeaway bacon or sausage sandwich and hot drink deal available for just £1.95.
Ali Lyons Head of Cafe at Morrisons, said: “We intend to play our full part in feeding the nation and so our cafes will be safe and better value-for-money at this challenging time for customers.
“We look forward to serving them again from this Saturday.”
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