After More Than 25 Years, McDonald’s Closes Divisoria Store in CDO

McDonald’s Divisoria in CDO officially closed.

After more than 25 years, the 24-hour McDonald’s Divisoria in Cagayan de Oro (CDO) was formally closed.

After More Than 25 Years, McDonald's Closes Store in CDO
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It was in March when the Divisoria chain of McDonald’s in CDO has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

And since then, it has not resumed its operation until it was officially closed on Tuesday, June 30.

But according to, 5 stores of McDonald’s are still operating in Cagayan de Oro.

Limketkai, Ororama-Cogon, Gusa, Xavier, and CDO-Highway (Polymedic) were the branches that are continuously operating in the city.

On the other hand, a sixth (6th) store of McDonald’s is currently under construction in Uptown CDO.

McDonald’s is one of the many companies affected by the recession due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 pandemic.

McDonald’s is an American fast-food company that was founded by Richard and Maurice McDonald in 1940 at San Bernardino, California, United States.

It is considered as the largest restaurant chain in terms of revenue and is serving more than 69 million customers daily across 100 countries in over 37,000 stores as of 2018.

It is also known for the second-largest employer in the world with 1.7 million employees.

In the Philippines, it first opened in 1981 at Morayta, Manila under master franchise holder Dr. George T. Yang.

As of 2019, it has already established more than 640 stores and about 60,000 regular employees.

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