Supermac's offering free meals to all emergency services workers
Supermac's are offering all emergency services workers free meals amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Irish owned fastfood chain announced this week that they will be offering all staff working on the frontline some free food to make their day that little bit easier.
Their statement, released this week, reads:
"Supermac's will provide free meals to members of the emergency services in recognition and appreciation of the effort that is being made by each and every one of them at this challenging time."
Minister for Health Simon Harris asked all pubs and clubs to close their doors from last night until at least March 29 to curb the spread of Covid-19.
This recommendation was not extended to restaurants or cafés, which will be closely monitored over the coming days.
Schools, colleges, and childcare facilities across the country have been closed since last Thursday.
The current number of coronavirus cases confirmed in Ireland stands at 169.
Two people have died in Ireland due to the virus since the outbreak began.