Inspire Brands said Monday it has taken several actions to combat the spread of the coronavirus, including temporarily closing our dining rooms and moving all of our company-owned Arby’s, Jimmy John’s and Sonic restaurants to a “to-go only” model.

With safety top of mind, the company announced the following:

Temporarily suspended the option to dine-in at all of its company-owned Arby’s, Jimmy John’s and Sonic restaurants. Drive-thru, take out, and curbside pick-up options remain available subject to local regulations.

Reinforced robust cleaning standards with more frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces like doors, bathrooms, and ordering areas.

Increased the accessibility of hand-sanitizer for guests.

Reinforced strict hygiene standards for our team members, with increased handwashing and encouraged them to stay home if they are sick.

Announced a Catastrophic Paid Leave Policy for corporate team members.

The team at Inspire Brands has convened a cross-functional Coronavirus Preparedness Task Force that is helping team members and franchisees remain informed and prepared as this situation unfolds.

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