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Yum Brands chains will also take workers’ temperatures and have them wear gloves as part of the company’s evolving response to the coronavirus.

The coronavirus interrupted great quarters for several chains, making a year of growth into one of financial rescue, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

With dining rooms shuttered due to the coronavirus, some brands have created downloadable backdrops for video conference calls.

Changes are needed in the current programs to avoid further devastation of the industry, the National Restaurant Association told congressional leaders. Those adjustments would be in addition to billions more in aid.