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eegee’s to donate extra bread to help elderly amid COVID-19 concerns

TUCSON - Enjoy eating your ranch fries inside your favorite eegee's location? Unfortunately, it may be a while until you can get that fix.

In response to Tucson Mayor Regina Romero's guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, all eegee's locations will be temporarily suspending its dine-in service starting Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Don't fret, Tucsonans can still get their fill on eegee's as the local chain will continue to offer drive-thru and curbside services during this change. In addition, third-party delivery services will still be able to deliver eegee's tasty menu items to your home, according to the statement.

"We are Tucson and we care deeply about our community," the restaurant said. "As we feel the impact of coronavirus and adjust to working from home and closing schools, we feel it;s important to share with you how eegee's delivers the highest level of cleanliness in our restaurants to ensure the safety of our guests."

The restaurant also said they will continue to maintain "optimal sanitation practices" despite these changes.

With people clearing grocery shelves on the daily, eegee's has also decided it will donate some of its bread to the local elderly community and others in need at Gospel Rescue Mission and Casa Maria.

To read eegee's entire statement, click here.

Anthony Victor Reyes

Anthony Victor Reyes is the lead digital content producer at News 4 Tucson. The award-winning journalist previously worked as a community reporter in Jasper County, Iowa.

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