Chick-Fil-A Adding Handwashing Stations at Drive-Thru Restaurants

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Chick-Fil-A has announced that as of April 11th, hand washing stations will be installed at every drive-thru and mall location to step up protective measures against COVID-19.

The chicken chain is also instructing employees to wash their hands every 30 minutes and after each time they handle cash.

“We also have provided Purell Wipes as a way for Team Members to regularly sanitize their hands in addition to handwashing,” the company said. “They also are frequently disinfecting other items they may touch.”

It's unclear as to how many of Chick-Fil-A's 2300 U.S. locations are open during the pandemic.

Employees will be “encouraged to ask guests using credit/debit for payment to swipe their own cards, if they can.” Customers might also see employees “wearing face protection” while working in a restaurant, the company said.

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