It’s no secret that businesses are majorly struggling due to COVID-19. Many brands and companies have started to close their doors including popular chain restaurant Nando’s who has just announced its closing 21 locations across Canada.
According to a release, the restaurants that’ll be shuttered are corporate-owned and haven’t been commercially viable for some time, and the losses were only exacerbated by the current COVID-19 crisis.
“While we do not take any store closing lightly, we must ensure that Nando’s can continue to provide meaningful work and reliable hours for our staff during this crisis and beyond, and to continue to feed the communities we love,” the company said.
It’s estimated that a total of 1 million food service jobs have been lost thanks to COVID-19 and Nando’s is doing everything it can to to shift employees to its remaining corporate locations.
If you’re worried about getting your hands on some of the chain’s legendary eats, fear not because there are still 27 locations in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario to choose from.
You can also order your fave Nando’s eats through DoorDash, UberEats, and SkipTheDishes.
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