Philadelphia Wawa stores will suspend all made-to-order food as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The news was first reported by NBC 10.

Signs are reportedly being hung up at stores in the city of Philadelphia, which reads in part, "following the most recent guidance from city officials, we have suspended in-store ordering of built-to-order food service items," NBC 10 reported Thursday evening. 

As far as we can tell, this only affects Philadelphia's Wawa stores at this time, but of course, that could be subject to change.

The sign suggests that they will be offering hot and cold express food items and packaged goods, NBC 10 says. 

Additionally, the Philadelphia Wawa stores will also be installing face shields at the checkout counters as a safety measure, sources told the TV station. Grocery stores in the area have been following similar procedures.