KFC has issued a statement on reopening restaurants in Northern Ireland.
Fast food giant closed all UK and Irish branches in March Coronavirus pandemic.
KFC has now confirmed that it will review each restaurant “on a case by case” basis to explore what the reopening might look like.
In Northern Ireland, KFC has closed its 33 restaurants.
The company announced earlier this week that 100 more stores will open across the UK by May 4.
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However, none of these restaurants are reopening their stores here in Northern Ireland.
A KFC spokesperson said: “We are reopening our restaurants carefully and examining them on a case-by-case basis, including in Northern Ireland – so watch this space!
“The well-being of our teams and our customers comes first – so if we can’t reopen responsibly, we won’t do it at all.”