Uber offers discounted rides to people getting the jab in Saudi Arabia
Riders will be able to avail 25% off two Uber rides, up to $5.3 each to and from public vaccination centers across the Kingdom
An Uber logo is shown on a rideshare vehicle during a statewide day of action to demand that ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft follow California law and grant drivers "basic employee rights'', in Los Angeles, California, U.S., August 20, 2020. Image used for illustrative purpose.
By Staff Writer, Arab News
This Ramadan, Uber has announced it will offer discounted rides to people looking to receive their first COVID-19 vaccination dose in Riyadh, Jeddah, Makkah and the Eastern Province in Saudi Arabia. The initiative is part of Uber’s global campaign to help communities “move what matters,” supporting public authorities in the Kingdom as they work to fight the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Riders will be able to avail 25 percent off two Uber rides, up to SR20 ($5.3) each to and from public vaccination centers across the Kingdom. The applicable centers are listed in the Sehhaty app, developed by the Ministry of Health to advance healthcare in the Kingdom. The offer came into effect from April 12 and will run until May.
Mohammad Gazzaz, general manager, Saudi Arabia at Uber, said: “We want to support the government’s efforts to vaccinate more of the population and ultimately contain the spread of the virus. Since the onset of the pandemic, we’ve worked to enhance health and safety for both riders and drivers, and the vaccination drive is another step in the process to help people prioritize their health and safety and facilitate mobility around the city.”
How to claim your ride:
• Tap on the top left of the Uber app and select “Wallet.”
• Select “Add Voucher Code” at the bottom.
• Click on the voucher link KSAVACCINE and get 25 percent off two Uber rides to/from vaccination centers up to SR20 each, valid until May 11.
• Navigate to the rides home screen and enter the pickup/drop-off location for yourself or the person you are booking for. The trip must start or end at the vaccination centers listed on the Sehhaty app.
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