You might be able to get your Starbucks fix more easily next month. Starbucks Canada plans to reopen "as many stores as possible" by the end of May. The company will evaluate how to best proceed and will gradually resume operations "on a community-by-community basis," according to a press release.\n"As we enter this new phase, we know that we can evolve how we serve our customers as restrictions begin to lift and we are ready to continue to be fluid in how we serve our communities," said the president of Starbucks Canada, Lori Digulla.\nStarbucks will reopen its stores with safety at the forefront of its plan. There will be mandatory measures enforced such as hand-washing and social distancing.\n"Starbucks will monitor and adjust its operations [...] working closely with local leadership, health authorities and provincial governments as the environment and regulations change," the press release states.\n"We will continue to lean into the many safety measures we’ve already put in place, and as we monitor and adapt, we will invest in new solutions, if needed, to ensure you feel cared for and supported," added Digulla.\nSince Starbucks closed its stores in late-March, customers have been able to get their Starbucks with delivery apps, drive-thrus, and curbside pickup.\nFor the time being, these services will continue while it figures out how to safely open stores to the public.\nBy the end of May, the company expects to have some retail locations open in select communities.\nView this post on Instagram We know that when we write messages on your cup, it brings a smile to your face. Now, we're giving the pen to you! Head to our stories to send your own Starbucks Cup Telegram 💚 Regram: @ashleychristeana A post shared by Starbucks Canada (@starbuckscanada) on Apr 21, 2020 at 7:08am PDT\nTo protect customers and employees, Starbucks will continue to implement the following safety measures:\nAll employees are required to wear facial covering if they are working. They will also "maintain physical distancing and sanitize high touch surfaces frequently."\n\n\nOn each shift, all employees are required to take their temperature and "use the Covid-19 Virtual Coach to ensure they are ready and able to work."\n\n\nPlexi-shields will be installed at checkout points when stores open.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Restaurant Owner Reveals The Realities Of Running A Business Right Now\nIn response to the crisis, Starbucks donated over one million cups of coffee to frontline responders. The company continues to provide goodwill to frontline workers.\nIn addition, Starbucks donated over $1 million in food and financial aid to community organizations across the county.\nTo respond to the growing food crisis, Starbucks Canada and The Starbucks Foundation are donating over $1 million in food and financial aid to food banks and community outreach organizations 💚 To learn more, please visit: https://t.co/kyIR7IyPcO pic.twitter.com/tjelpw950c— Starbucks Canada (@StarbucksCanada) April 16, 2020\nStarbucks has also extended its "Catastrophe Pay" to all employees until June 14.\nView this post on Instagram We swear it was Friday like five minutes ago...helllloooo weekend! Regram: @brittscn A post shared by Starbucks Canada (@starbuckscanada) on Jan 3, 2020 at 7:12am PST\nStay tuned for updates.