The fast food giant is the latest business to announce a mask mandate for customers in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Breweries that don't have a food license have been forced to close their doors.
Flagler tourism officials say they are poised to attract tourists and they want people to feel comfortable eating a local restaurants.
As local restaurants are opening back up, some owners are having a hard time filling positions because their employees can make more money through unemployment benefits. The owners of WopHop's brewery and Appleton's Cafe say they've struggled to fill positions.
In many cases, it won't be business as usual when doors reopen in Central Florida.
From take away windows, to designated parking, business owners want to make it easy for customers.
Gwinnett County police need help to identify a man accused of breaking into a fast-food restaurant, preparing food, then taking a nap on Christmas morning.