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Pret A Manger will reopen 71 more stores for takeaway and delivery from Monday after successful trial

Pret A Manger will reopen 71 more stores for takeaway and delivery from Monday after successful trial
  • The cafe chain temporarily closed all stores on March 21 prior to the lockdown
  • Currently 30 stores are open and a further 71 shops will followed from Monday
  • Each shop will have perspex screens and limited numberof customers allowed in
Pret A Manger is set to reopen 71 more stores for takeaway and delivery from May 11 after a successful trial.
The cafe chain temporarily closed all stores on March 21 prior to the lockdown, but has been gradually opening sites across the country for takeaway and delivery.
Currently 30 stores already reopened, a further 71 shops will follow from Monday, including cafes in Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester.
It will bring the total number of reopened shops to more than 100
Each shop will be fitted with Perspex screens at the tills, while restrictions will be in place on the number of customers allowed in the stores. 
In a blog post addressed to customers, Pret chief executive Pano Christou said: 'It’s been fantastic to see so many of you respecting the changes we’ve made, and we’re extremely grateful for your ongoing support. 
Customers adhere to social distancing as they queue to enter a recently re-opened Pret-A-Manger shop in London. The sandwich chain announced they are opening a further 71 outlets from Monday May 11
Customers adhere to social distancing as they queue to enter a recently re-opened Pret-A-Manger shop in London. The sandwich chain announced they are opening a further 71 outlets from Monday May 11
'We’ve also had a great response from those ordering through our delivery partners, enjoying their Pret favourites again from home.
This has given us the confidence to reopen a further 70 shops from Monday 11th May, including in Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester. 
'As the government has advised, these shops will be open for takeaway and delivery only. 
Mr Christou said customers will be provided with hand sanitiser, while members of staff will be offered face coverings.
The popular eatery's outlets will be operating at reduced opening hours, and will be available through major delivery providers such as Deliveroo and UberEats. 
Pret will be running and limited menu and the 50 per cent discount for NHS workers will continue until May 15.
The sandwich shop has put in place a number of safety measures to ensure social distancing and will only allow a limited number of customers in the shop at any one time.
In a blog post addressed to customers, Pret chief executive Pano Christou said: 'It¿s been fantastic to see so many of you respecting the changes we¿ve made, and we¿re extremely grateful for your ongoing support'
In a blog post addressed to customers, Pret chief executive Pano Christou said: 'It’s been fantastic to see so many of you respecting the changes we’ve made, and we’re extremely grateful for your ongoing support'
Customers made to queue two metres apart. Only card payments will be allowed, with no cash accepted.
It comes as the food industry has started opening stores all across the country as the country prepares for an anticipated slight relaxation of the lockdown rules imposed on March 23 by Boris Johnson. 
KFC announced it is reopening 80 more restaurants for deliveries across the UK this week, taking its total to 100 by Monday.
McDonald's said 15 restaurants will reopen from 11am next Wednesday, while Burger King said it hopes to open at least 350 of its restaurants by the end of June as part of a staggered reopening after the lockdown.
Pret rival Costa Coffee has opened 33 stores so far causing large tailbacks stretched around the block at takeaway chains in Edinburgh, Wakefield and Glasgow earlier this week. 
Bakery chain Greggs will trial openings behind closed doors next week with no customers allowed so they can test 'our new operational safety measures.' 
And Nando's has reopened six of its UK restaurants for delivery. Four of the outlets are located in London and two in Manchester. 

The following Pret cafe's are set to reopen from Monday May 11

-London Eldon Street
- London St Martin's Lane
- London Regent Street
- London Marylebone High Street
- London High Holborn, 240
- London Marble Arch
- London Turnmill Street
- London Canary Wharf, Cabot Place
- London Hammersmith, King Street 8-10
- London Kensington Arcade
- London Bishopsgate, 192
- London Aldgate
- London West One
- London Great Portland St, 244
- London Euston Tower
- London Tothill Street
- London Cheapside, 141
- London City Road, Oliver's Yard
- London Canary Wharf, Jubilee Place
- London Cavendish Square
- London Canary Wharf, The Mall
- London Russell Square
- London Finsbury Square
- London Tooley Street
- London Pentonville Road
- London Paternoster Square
- London Aldersgate
- London Islington High Street
- London Berkeley Square
- London Gloucester Road
- London King William Street
- London Lombard Street
- London Wigmore Street
- London Coleman Street
- London Aldermanbury Square
- London Bishopsgate, 201
- London Eastcastle Street
- London Baker Street, 211
- London Baker Street, 20
- London Horseferry Road
- London Stratford Station
- London Gracechurch Street
- London Old Broad Street, 125
- London Wandsworth
- London Cannon Street, The Walbrook
- London St Pancras International
- London Edgware Road, 26
- London Waterloo Road
- London Farringdon Station
- London Stratford Station, Petit Pret
- London Queensway Station
- London Dalston
- London Liverpool Street
- London Moorgate
- London Brompton Road 106-108
- Birmingham, Colmore Row
- Brighton, 42 East Street
- Brighton, North Street
- Bristol, 95 Broadmead
- Bristol, Victoria Street
- Cambridge, One Station Square
- Croydon, George Street
- Edinburgh, North Bridge
- Glasgow, Bothwell Street
- Glasgow, Queen Street
- Leeds, Lands Lane
- Manchester, Cross Street
- Oxford John Radcliffe Hospital
- Reading, Thames Tower
- St Albans, St Peter's Street
- Tunbridge Wells

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