Taco Bell Prepares to Go ‘Drive-Thru and Delivery Only’ Amid Coronavirus Outbreak; Oregon Distillery Giving Away Free Hand Sanitizer

By Fox News. Taco Bell doesn’t plan to close during the coronavirus pandemic, but restaurant dining rooms may soon be off-limits.

The fast-food chain recently announced that it’s taking steps to close dining areas, operating only through drive-thru and delivery options.

Mark King, CEO of Taco Bell Corp., posted a letter Saturday stating that the company has “an obligation to do something to help stop this from spreading.”

Taco Bell has been doing more to clean its restaurants, but King said additional action must be taken.

“As regions of the U.S. begin to mandate public closures and self-quarantine, we are equipping our restaurants to serve our guests via drive-thru and delivery only where necessary,” he wrote. “ Should we need to  temporarily close  our dining rooms, we would be limiting millions of guest interactions and further enabling social distancing.” (Read more from “Taco Bell Prepares to Go ‘Drive-Thru and Delivery Only’ Amid Coronavirus Outbreak” HERE)

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Oregon Distillery Giving Away Free Hand Sanitizer

By Fox News. . .As people across the country try to prepare and stock up for possible quarantines, certain products are becoming harder and harder to find. With hand sanitizer being one of the most sought after items, some companies are starting to find new ways to serve their customers.

The Shine Distillery and Grill in Portland, Ore., has started producing its own homemade hand sanitizer. According to a post on their Facebook page, bottles of the cleaning product are available for their customers.

On Facebook, the distillery posted, “House distilled hand cleaner made at Shine- stop by if you’re in need. We’re handing out free bottles while the supplies last!”

According to Fox 12 Oregon, the sanitizer is made from a product the distillery produces while making drinkable alcohol. During the process, some of the liquid produced isn’t for consumption and the distillery normally uses it as a cleaner. (Read more from “Oregon Distillery Giving Away Free Hand Sanitizer” HERE)

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