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McDonald’s is Telling Restaurant Owners to Stop Locking Bathrooms to Prevent Toilet Paper Theft

Some McDonald’s locations have recently closed bathrooms to prevent people from stealing toilet paper during the coronavirus outbreak, according to a recording of an internal call obtained by Business Insider.

McDonald’s chief supply chain officer Marion Gross told franchisees that they were required by law to keep bathrooms open at most locations and that McDonald’s has sufficient supplies of toilet paper.

However, McDonald’s is seeing supply limits on hand sanitizer and dispensers, and it expects limitations to continue for the foreseeable future… Business Insider

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