The current rise of the COVID-19 cases, particularly with the novel variants, signals a new wave that can lead to the collapse of Lebanon’s health system in general and hospitals in specific.
Until now, the vaccination rate in Lebanon is only 13.5%, and it is considerably low given the state of Lebanon’s health system. Accelerating the vaccination process can lessen the possibility of such a looming catastrophic scenario.
Here’s where Uber decided to step in and help out both the people and with the national fight against the pandemic.
Eager to ensure that as many people as possible receive the vaccine amidst the multitude of crises in Lebanon, Uber, in partnership with Mastercard, is now offering two free rides, up to 40,000 LBP each, to and from one of the listed vaccination centers.
To access free rides, vouchers have been made available by SMS or email. Also, one can book free rides for other people by following the instructions provided by Uber.
This vaccination campaign ends on August 31st, and people are urged to take advantage of this facilitating offer to get vaccinated for their sake and that of their loved ones.
For more information regarding the activation of the voucher and the list of the dedicated vaccination centers, visit here.
We have a dedicated coronavirus section where you can find the latest news/updates about the pandemic in Lebanon, inform yourself with WHO-verified resources, and track the number of cases in Lebanon in real-time. Click here.
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