Major food chains have been altering their work plans to help cater to customers amid the novel coronavirus outbreak while abiding by state and federal regulations. The food industry has been greatly impacted by the COVID-19 spread, with the true financial cost still unknown as the situation persists.

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The warm glow of McDonald’s golden arches will no longer mean all-day breakfast, as the company has opted to refine its services while information about how long the coronavirus pandemic will last hovers over everyone’s heads like a giant question mark.

This business decision is intended to streamline kitchen operations and create further efficiency for drive-thru customers. It looks as though for the time being the 2015 win that was all-day breakfast will have to be placed on hold.

McDonald’s has also announced that most of its U.S. restaurants are using drive-thru, delivery, and carryout only. Adjusted hours and menu options are other steps the food chain has taken amid the global crisis