Starbucks customers now must take all orders to go — and some of its stores will be temporarily shuttered — as part of a new set of regulations issued by the coffee giant during the coronavirus outbreak.

Seating will be suspended at all café and patio areas for at least two weeks, Rossann Williams, Starbucks’ executive vice president and president of U.S. and Canada company-operated business, said in a Sunday statement.

Select stores in areas with “high clusters” of coronavirus infections — including in New York and Seattle — will be temporarily closed or operate on reduced hours during the ongoing outbreak.

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