SUBWAY is reopening more than 600 UK stores for deliveries from today - around one in four of its network.

To ensure the health and safety of customers and staff, the sandwich chain has implemented a range of new measures.

These include new fixtures, directional signs, enhanced hygiene practices and PPE equipment for staff.

The chain joins KFC, Pret and Burger King in reopening stores - with McDonald's set to trial 15 stores for delivery from tomorrow.

Before rolling out the new plans, Subway tested them in the small number of branches it kept open to support key workers and hospital staff.

Subway UK & Ireland director Colin Hughes said: "We have slowly and safely introduced a new store operating framework that will be rolling out across stores to protect guests, Sandwich Artists, delivery drivers and our suppliers.

"The weeks and months ahead will continue to be challenging for everyone and Subway will play its part in supporting the new normal whatever that may look and feel like.”

If you're ordering more than £10, delivery is free on Just Eat, Uber Eats or Deliveroo.

Mobile Order collection is also available using the Subcard Loyalty App.