TK, Uber: 20,000 free races in Italy for the Kovid-19 campaign.
Uber supports the vaccination campaign in Italy by providing 20,000 free rides to the cities of Milan, Bologna and Rome, where it exists with the Uber Black service, and Naples, where the Uber taxi service is active, to help the most vulnerable Get the Kovid-19 vaccine quickly, easily and safely, and support the Italian government in the fight against Coronavirus.
Each Uber user from the cities involved in the initiative will have 2 trips available, up to a maximum of € 25, each to reach one of about 40 vaccination centers operating in Milan, Bologna, Rome and Naples, and already set aside for it Opportunities. In the Uber app. People can request to book a ride for themselves or request a relative or acquaintance who may be called for medical testing before vaccination or before vaccination, or at other vaccination locations, which will be available in the coming weeks. Can be active in
“Uber has been close to institutions in Italy, from the onset of the epidemic in partnership with Splenjani Hospital in Rome with other activities such as Uber Medics. With this initiative, we reaffirm our support for our country’s population , With a tangible contribution, which will help many people, who start with the elderly currently involved in the national immunization scheme, to safely reach one of four centers. The main Italian city. “Uber of Italy Says country manager Lorenzo Purdue.
To request free travel for vaccinations for Uber users, simply: Click on the menu at the top left of the app and choose “Wallet”; Choose “Add promo code” at the bottom; Add the active promotional code based on the city in which it is located (Rome: ANDIAMOROMA; Milan: ANDIAMOMILANO; Naples: ANDIAMONAPOLI; Bologna: ANDIAMOBOLOGNA); From the “Home” screen, choose a departure / arrival point for yourself or the person you want to confirm the ride to (you want to start or end at one of the active vaccination centers in 4 cities). In-kind promotion is immediately active.
Coffee enthusiast. Travel scholar. Infuriatingly humble zombie fanatic. Thinker. Professional twitter evangelist.