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Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

Is Taco Bell Open?

Taco Bell restaurants are open! In response to Coronavirus, most restaurants are operating through drive-thru and delivery only, and carry out where permitted. Hours of operation vary by location; you can find your nearest location at tacobell.com/locations.


What Are Taco Bell's Coronavirus Hours?

Hours of operation vary by location, and at this time, Taco Bell restaurants are evaluating business hours and operations based on many different factors. Any restaurants changing their hours in response to Coronavirus have been directed to update on tacobell.com/locations, but customers can expect that many locations may have reduced hours of operations.


How Can I Order Taco Bell?

In response to Coronavirus, Taco Bell restaurants are currently operating through the drive-thru or delivery only, and carry out where permitted. Where available, you can also order on the Taco Bell Mobile App, order for pick up and tell us the name of who placed the order at the drive-thru speaker. We'll quickly pull up your order to verify it with you on the drive-thru screen. Once you confirm it is your order, we’ll start preparing it immediately. Also, Taco Bell has partnered with Grubhub® to offer free delivery for orders over $12, read more about the offer here

Is It Safe To Order Food From Taco Bell?

As a leading food brand, food quality and safety is our top priority, and we are proud to say we have industry-leading food safety standards. In response to Coronavirus, Taco Bell has reinforced restaurant-level protocols in its markets regarding prevention, hygiene, cleaning and sanitation, and has rolled out new temporary procedures to promote the health and safety of team members and customers. You can read about these additional procedures here.