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Cars Coronavirus: NHS workers to get free Uber rides

15:55  01 april  2020
15:55  01 april  2020 Source:   motoringresearch.com

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Ride hailing giant Uber and takeaway firm Deliveroo are offering hundreds of thousands of free trips and meals to NHS staff fighting the coronavirus . Under its offer, Uber said NHS workers could claim up to 10 car rides or cycle trips per week and five meal vouchers. It said drivers would keep the

Uber ( UBER ) has just announced that it is giving 200,000 free rides as well as 100,000 free meals through Uber Eats for National Health Service ( NHS ) and Health and Over the weekend, the UK government delivered the first round of free food boxes to those most at risk from coronavirus , in an

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Ride-hailing company Uber has announced it will give free rides to NHS staff travelling to work during the coronavirus crisis.

A total of 200,000 free rides will be made available, as a thank you from the company to health workers.

All NHS workers need is a valid NHS or HSC email address, which they should link to an Uber account.

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In the app, first tap on the menu at the top left, then tap ‘wallet’ and then ‘add promo code’.

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Uber will provide free rides and food deliveries to health care workers , seniors, government employees, and others who are fighting the novel coronavirus . The company was already providing free trips for NHS workers in the UK.

Uber will provide free meals and free trips for NHS staff in a bid to lessen the pressure on those on the frontline of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the UK. Uber is pledging 200,000 free trips worth up to £15 each to help NHS workers get to and from work . Staff can claim a maximum of 10

This week’s Uber code for free rides is NHSAPRIL20, with codes updated every week.

Up to 10 rides can be claimed each week per account – there and back for every working day. The journey will be covered up to the value of £15. Beyond that, charges can be incurred.

Staff can visit uber.com/nhs for more information on the offer.

A free meal with a free ride

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In addition to this, Uber is offering free meals to NHS staff with its Uber Eats food delivery arm. Up to 100,000 will be available, from the wide range of restaurants and convenience stores that use the service. Orders can be delivered to home, or even to a hospital ward.

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Uber says it will offer 10 million free rides and deliveries to health care workers , seniors and people in need as the coronavirus pandemic spreads. Last week, ride -hailing service Lyft said it was exploring government and health care partnerships where drivers could deliver medical supplies, food

NHS workers will be offered up to 10 free taxi rides to get them to and from work and five free takeaway meals a week from Uber . To get a free ride , you then tap "wallet" on the Uber app, add the Coronavirus crisis - stay in the know. Don't miss the latest news and figures - and

Email codes will be sent to NHS accounts linked with Uber Eats accounts. You can update your contact details and receive a code within 48 hours of doing so. The limit for food orders is five per week, per person.

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In its email to account holders, Uber said “we want to help reduce the pressure on the heroes on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis.”

“So please share this email with anyone you know who works for the NHS. And while you’re at it, please thank them for all that they do.”

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