Restaurant Chain Closes Stores in Costa Rica

The TGI Friday's chain decided to close its store located in the Oxygen Human Playground shopping center, in the province of Heredia, for a 90-day period.

Monday, March 23, 2020

"As you know, the food and beverage sector has been highly impacted, which is why we have taken the measure to suspend operations at our Friday's Oxygen store," explained a statement issued on March 21 by the company.

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The document published on the company's social networks adds that "... In Escazú, at the moment, we will continue operating in special hours from Monday to Sunday from 12 md to 8 pm, taking all the precautions and strictly following the guidelines and health recommendations of both the franchise and the Government."

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