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In an open letter released today, Restaurant Brands International CEO Jose Cil laid out how the company’s three restaurant chains—Popeyes, Burger King and Tim Hortons—would respond to the coronavirus epidemic.
For U.S.-based chains Popeyes and Burger King, employees at corporate-owned restaurants in North America will get 14 days of paid sick leave if they are diagnosed with COVID-19, or are asked by a manager or medical professional to self-isolate due to exposure to the virus. (The company did not immediately respond to a question regarding how many of its restaurants are corporate-owned.)