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Uber and Mediclinic team offer free rides to help prevent the spread of COVID-19

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With an end goal to help control the spread of COVID-19, ride hailing app Uber has collaborated with Mediclinic to bring to the table complementary lifts to those needing the COVID-19 vaccination in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Offering UAE occupants with free trips both to and from Mediclinic focuses, the activity is upheld by Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and Abu Dhabi’s Integrated Transport Center (ICT) as a component of the national vaccine drive.

“We’ve been taking a gander at how we can uphold neighborhood networks and complement the government’s endeavors to vaccinate occupants and cutoff the spread of the virus,” said Rifad Mahasneh, General Manager of Uber UAE.

“The association with Mediclinic is a significant advance in giving individuals better admittance to get to vaccination focuses safely and dependably when portability is affected. We trust individuals benefit as much as possible from this activity.”

The complementary lifts are continuous all through Ramadan and to claim your trip, you should simply book an appointment at any Mediclinic focus in Dubai or Abu Dhabi and once you’re completely reserved in, you’ll at that point get a voucher code to your registered mobile number.

At that point you can go on the Uber app, tap the menu, select ‘Wallet’, and afterward select ‘Add Voucher Code’.

Add the voucher data and you’ll get two complementary lifts – simply recall the trips should begin or end at Mediclinic vaccination focuses in Dubai or Abu Dhabi, and are capped at Dhs60.

 

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