Its Chelsea, Earl Court and Islington sites are also scheduled to open next week.
The reopened sites will operate daily between 8am until 2pm for takeaway service online, with the intention of serving local communities and NHS staff.
Paul’s said that safety is of “paramount importance”, and social distancing will therefore be maintained across all sites. NHS workers, care workers, the elderly and disabled customers will all be prioritised.
All employees will wear PPE at all times with handwashing and surface sanitising will now take place every 10 minutes. All seating has been removed from sites, while transactions are now cashless and the use of reusable cups have been paused.
Paul will continue to support the NHS and the vulnerable, offering NHS workers free coffee and tea to takeaway, and donating meals via deliveries direct to London hospitals.
The group has also been donating unsold bread and puddings to London based charity, The Felix Project, which distributes surplus fresh food amongst the vulnerable.
“We’ve put new processes in place and stepped up our already stringent hygiene measures. Our team members have returned on an opt-in volunteer basis – nobody feeling uncomfortable needs to come back – and the free coffees for NHS workers is a small token of our huge appreciation.”