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Uber Eats to deliver 25,000 FREE meals to health care workers

A great way to give thanks!

Uber Eats has pledged to deliver 25,000 meals to frontline coronavirus workers.

The company will be working with partners to deliver the meals to those who have been working to help during this crisis, over a sustained period of time.

The first organisations they are working with are Frontliners, which supplies help to essential health workers and Business for Doctors which allows medics to focus on treating patients rather than paperwork.

Uber Eats has given them codes to distribute on their behalf to frontline medical personnel.

The meals will go to nurses, GP’s, emergency practitioners and ambulance personnel who are actively engaged in supporting the medical sector during COVID-19.

The meals will be sourced from restaurants on the Uber Eats platform – of which there are more than 20,000 across Australia.

This article first appeared on 7News and has been republished here with permission.

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