As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, some national restaurant chains are modifying how to serve its customers.Note: Some services may be further altered based on certain states’ decisions to temporarily close restaurants and bars.CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEChick-fil-AChick-fil-A has closed its dining room areas to customers. Locations are instead offering service via drive-thru, take-out or delivery.StarbucksStarbucks announced its U.S. stores will move to only to-go orders. Patrons are allowed to order at the counter, place mobile orders via the coffee chain’s app or order through the drive-thru. Locations around the country have temporarily removed tables and chairs, and some high-traffic stores have been shut down altogether.CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTERDunkin’While Dunkin’ has not yet announced store closures, the nationwide coffee chain shared in a statement that it has been taking steps to help protect its stores against COVID-19 through increased cleaning and sanitation initiatives. Locations are increasing the frequency of restaurant cleaning, requiring employees to re-take food safety training, and banning food sampling and reusable mugs. As of Monday, locations were open for normal operations.Taco BellThe chain’s CEO Mark King announced in a statement posted to Twitter that the restaurant is prepared to “serve our guests via drive-thru

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