The fast food chain was forced to close for walk-ins at the start of lockdown.
It has since been able to offer delivery and drive-thru only at the sites on St John Robinson’s Way in Arnold and on Victoria Retail Park in Netherfield.
Some McDonald’s restaurants in England will start reopening for walk-ins at some locations this week to test out new safety measures.
It then hopes to open all branches from Monday, February 22 onwards.
The chain said it took the decision to close for takeaway while it reviews extra safety measures to keep workers and customers safe.
McDonalds Chief Executive Officer, Paul Pomroy reminded customers Covid safety measures will be in place.
He said: “I kindly ask you all to keep playing your part as we bring more of our restaurant options back to your community.
“As a reminder, by law you are required to wear a face covering when inside our restaurants unless you are exempt. Our teams will have spare face coverings if you forget yours. We also ask that you sanitise your hands on arrival at the restaurant. We’ll be making our sanitising stations bigger and more convenient over the coming weeks to make this even easier for you, with plenty of hand sanitiser around the restaurant to make use of.
“Thank you for your continued adherence to our safety measures, and for helping to protect yourselves and our employees.