Offbeat Indonesia: Rush on the menu "BTS" McDo, 13 restaurants close by fear of COVID
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at least Thirteen McDonald's restaurants have been temporarily closed In Indonesia to prevent the diffusion of COVID-19, the new "BTS" menu, named by the K-Pop Group, provoking a frenzy of orders and the rush of deliverymen.
A Jakarta and other Indonesian cities, closing notices were posted on at least thirteen restaurants, submerged by deliverymen who came to recover the famous menu - chicken nuggets, fries and a drink - Available since Wednesday, according to local media , citing official sources.
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"We have temporarily closed four McDonald's stores in Semarang for two days" , said Fajar Purwoto, a leader to maintain public order in the city. "We do not want Semarang to become a red zone of Covid-19 again.
Indonesia is one of Asian countries most severely affected by the CVIV-19 epidemic.
The authorities of Jakarta have not made statements but according to the media, five points of sale in the capital were closed.
The megastars of the K-pop had become last August the first group 100% South Korean to reach the hits in the United States with "dynamite", title entirely in English.
The menu "BTS" is on sale in dozens of countries since May.
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