With peopledue to the , Uber Eats is helping keep local restaurants in business by waiving delivery fees across across the US and Canada, it said Monday.
“We will also launch daily dedicated, targeted marketing campaigns — both in-app and via email — to promote delivery from local restaurants, especially those that are new to the app,” the online food ordering platform said in its release.
The company is also letting restaurants pay it daily, instead of the current weekly billing cycle.
Its competitor, Seamless, emailed customers over the weekend to say it’s deferring commission fees for independent restaurants.
The new strain of coronavirus, which can develop into a respiratory illness known as, was discovered in Wuhan, China, in December. It’s now infected and caused more than 6,500 deaths globally.
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