Chick-fil-A is temporarily closing the dining rooms in its 2,400 restaurants in response to coronavirus.
In a post on its website Sunday, Chick-fil-A says the move is designed to limit person-to-person contact.
All locations still plan to offer drive-through services.
But which Chick-Fil-A locations continue to offer takeout, curbside delivery or mobile order options will vary.
The quick-service restaurant chain says it is supporting CDC, state and local health guidelines.
Some locations may also alter their operating hours because of COVID-19.
Chick-fil-A customers are encouraged to check the website or their mobile app for the latest information.
There has been no announcement yet for when the dining rooms might re-open.