After opening a handful of Drive-Thrus in Dublin last week, McDonald's are now opening all Drive-Thrus across Ireland from next week onwards.

All 95 outlets across the nation were closed in March due to lockdown restrictions, but have now begun to slowly reopen as the government begins its phased reopening of services and retail outlets.

Traffic disruptions occurred around the Drive-Thrus that reopened last week, with McDonald's admitting that services would be slower due to social distancing guidelines in the kitchen area.

From next Thursday, June 4th, all McDonald's Drive-Thrus will reopen, with the fast-food chain also announcing that they intend to expand its delivery service as well. McDonald's in Northern Ireland will also reopen its 28 outlets there as well.

So, there you have it, no need for you to pick us up anything - we can head ourselves now.