Food delivery app Uber Eats is now offering South African users free deliveries during lunch hours (11:00 and 14:00) on weekdays to make working from home a bit easier during the coronavirus outbreak.
“We want to do our part with the current State of Disaster in South Africa by offering a practical solution for all those who choose to work from home” Uber Eats said.
With many people unaccustomed to cooking from home and restaurants who might see reduced sit-down guests during the outbreak, Uber Eats aims to provide convenience to users and cash-flow to businesses.
In order to claim your free delivery, customers are required to look out for the daily in-app billboard with an updated Promo Code which can be used with every order.
Furthermore, Uber Eats have implemented additional health and safety measures, and users can request for food to be left at their doorsteps.
“The coming weeks will be challenging for all of us. We are committed to working with our restaurant partners, government agencies, first responders, and communities at large to keep people safe and fed, and will continue to iterate on our interventions to achieve this” Uber Eats said.
Finally, remember to tip your delivery person who is working hard to get your meals from the restaurant to your door.
First time user? Click here to claim R50 off your first order.