The Covid Corporate Financing Facility (CCFF) scheme provides a short-term loan to large UK businesses hit by the coronavirus pandemic
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In a statement, the group said the credit available under the scheme is enough to provide cash for a prolonged closure period, even the whole year.
The FTSE 250-listed baker added that its weekly cash burn until the end of June will be £3.5mln, unlike the £5mln it estimated last month. From July onwards, the burn will be £4.5mln, which includes rentals.
As of Thursday, the food-to-go chain had £47mln in the bank.
Greggs shares were 5% lower at 1,760p on Thursday afternoon.