SEATTLE (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Both Chick-Fil-A and Starbucks are closing their in-store seating areas and moving to a to-go model for all stores in the U.S. over concerns about the new coronavirus.

In an effort to limit person-to-person contact, Chick-Fil-A says it will temporarily close dining rooms in its 2,400 restaurants. Some restaurants will stull offer takeout, curbside delivery and accept mobile orders, but the locations will vary.

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Coffee giant Starbucks said Sunday it is also closing seating in its cafes and patio areas, but customers can still order at the counter, at drive-thru windows or on the Starbucks app.

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The company will also temporary close stores in what it calls “high social-gathering locations,” such as malls and university campuses, and it will close stores or reduce hours in areas where there are clusters of COVID-19 cases.

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