Vancouver-based fast-food chain Burgerville announced Tuesday that it has reopened six of its restaurants for drive-thru service, although the majority remain closed due to poor air quality.
The company announced Friday that it had temporarily closed all of its restaurant locations except the one at Portland International Airport due to hazardous air caused by wildfire smoke throughout Western Oregon and Southwest Washington. Burgerville operates 41 restaurants, mostly in that same geographic area.
According to a Tuesday press release, the six reopened restaurants are in Kelso, Battle Ground, Woodland, Centralia, The Dalles, Ore., and Corvallis, Ore. The locations are currently open from noon to 6 p.m. for drive-thru service. (All Burgerville locations switched to drive-thru and delivery-only service in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.)