Starbucks is giving out free coffee to frontline health care workers

Business, Starbucks İs Giving Out Free Coffee To Frontline Health Care Workers - Cnn

Frontline workers in the health care industry who are responding to the coronavrius can get a free tall brewed or iced coffee at Starbucks.

Business, Starbucks İs Giving Out Free Coffee To Frontline Health Care Workers - Cnn

3/26/2020

Frontline workers in the health care industry who are responding to the coronavirus pandemic can get a free tall brewed or iced coffee at Starbucks

Frontline workers in the health care industry who are responding to the coronavrius can get a free tall brewed or iced coffee at Starbucks.

(CNN)Frontline workers in the health care industry who are responding to the coronavirus can get a free tall brewed or iced coffee at Starbucks. Police officers, firefighters, paramedics, doctors, nurses, hospital staff and researchers can get a free beverage in stores until May 3, the company said.For the next two weeks, however, the free cup could be more difficult than usual to get as the company has closed a number of its US and Canada cafes because of the pandemic. It's temporarily only offering drive-thru and delivery only.However, some locations within or nearby hospitals remain open. Read more: CNN

how about Starbucks healthcare workers on the frontline can have an espresso? Or anything they want on the menu? Sort from Kenya Thank you Starbucks awesome job. So...expose your hourly workers to medical personnel (heroes) at highest risk for Covid-19? It's a nice gesture but why are you still open President Trump is very good

Nice company. Starbucks, 3M, Ford do different things, but they are all nice when in hard time. Your so rich. No money, Ppe or anything that really matters. Ya, I'll have a cup.of free coffee while I give you some cooties! Free coffee for life for the frontline workers. Great job Starbucks anything helps

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Starbucks Is Giving Free Coffee To First Responders And Health Care Workers During The Coronavirus OutbreakThis includes police officers, firefighters, paramedics, doctors, and nurses. I always try to support independent coffee shops but this is an awesome gesture by Starbucks.

Hey CNN Just because your Government does not believe in this virus does not give you the right to take the piss out of countries that have competent Governments that are working to help their people. Keep your nose Out of British Policies. Batman CrapNewsNightly Medical workers under pressure in the frontline can have some coffee breaks with free cups of Starbucks coffee😊☕️

Wow free coffee🙄.How about a few million to buy them needed health protection while they care for patients! That's great Good Gesture These idiots will not give to black people.. We didn't forget. Should be a trenta Wow If give them my pears 🍐 :) Soooo nice

Starbucks Pledges Free Coffees to 'Front-Line Responders' Helping In Coronavirus OutbreakEssential workers helping in the COVID-19 crisis will get free small coffees through May 3 Thats great but these first responders are all working and getting paychecks. What about free coffee for hairdressers,nail techs and personal service provider? A majority of them are self employed so will not qualify for unemployment and will be out of work for 6 weeks. Make mine a Venti(lator) 🙏

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Hertz to Offer Free Rental Vehicles to Help Health-Care WorkersHertz—awash in idle rental cars as the travel industry grinds to a halt—is offering free rental vehicles to help health-care workers get to their jobs when will Hertz declare bankrupt RT : Hertz—awash in idle rental cars as the travel industry grinds to a halt—is offering free rental vehicles to help health-care workers get to their jobs Great news! I love Hertz. 💜

Health Care Workers Struggle To Protect Themselves From COVID-19Nurses in Everett, Wash., and Santa Rosa, Calif., are treating coronavirus patients with a dwindling supply of protective equipment.

Pence thanks Apple for donating 9 million N95 face masks to health-care workersVice President Mike Pence said Tuesday that Apple Inc. has donated 9 million N95 face masks to health-care workers amid the coronavirus crisis. Apple CEO Tim Cook had tweeted Saturday that the company would donate "millions of masks for health professionals in the US and Europe." Pence made his comments during a White House press briefing late Tuesday, thanking Apple and other companies, such as Ford Motor Co. , 3M and McDonald's Corp. for the "level of generosity" they are showing to the American people. Apple is the latest tech company to come to the aid of overwhelmed health-care workers. Facebook Inc. earlier donated its stockpile of 720,000 face masks, and Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk acquired 1,200 ventilators from China and is sending them to U.S. hospitals. Apple and Facebook apparently had the face-mask stockpile for employees following years of serious wildfires in California. Govt incompetence. Relies on Chinas and corporate donations for essentials Gee, thanks Apple for helping out people too incompetent to do their own jobs right. Why did apple have 9 million masks and how much more does it have? We have health workers dying out there.

California hospitals need 50,000 beds, nearing medical gear shortage - Business InsiderCalifornia is scouring the globe to find more medical equipment to avoid a shortage of supplies that would jeopardize health care workers' safety. Hollywood type governor. We will be lucky if 50k more beds is enough. That is only enough if only 1-2% of CA gets COVID2019 continuing to spread fear, uncertainty and doubt in the midst of a global crisis. Bravo!



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