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25,000 Free Meals for Healthcare Workers @ Uber Eats (www.uber.com)

Update: Seems Uber has “pledged the 25,000 meals”, and is working with local/state government to figure out the best way to do this and haven’t received updates yet. Will keep everyone posted.

To show our support for those on the ground working to keep the community safe, we’re also pledging 25,000 delivered meals to hospital workers and frontline services. We will work with local and state governments to determine the best way to support this.

Uber Eats will be offering restaurants the option to receive daily payments rather than once a week during the pandemic. In addition to this, all restaurants will pay no service fees on pick up orders until 30 June.

With less people dining out and many events cancelled we can help generate new revenue streams for impacted businesses by unlocking new opportunities. To that end, during this time we will be waiving activation fees to help new restaurants wanting to quickly join the platform.

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