Uber offers 10 mln free rides and food deliveries

Monday 6 April 2020 13:05 CET | News

Uber has announced that it is committing to provide 10 million rides and food deliveries to healthcare workers, seniors, and people in need, free of charge. 


If Uber was connecting 16 million trips a day, now, during the coronavirus, as the world turned upside down, the company is urging its riders to stay home if they can. However, in a bid to do a small part to help, Uber is offering free rides to help healthcare workers get to their jobs, and free meals to help keep them going.

The company mentioned that it is ready to work with more cities, food banks, hospitals, and others around the world to move whatever matters most to them. Organisations, healthcare providers, and governmental entities looking for support with rides or food deliveries can submit their request directly through a form. 

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