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Starbucks will offer free coffee to workers on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak, the coffeehouse chain announced Wednesday.
The Seattle-based company said the offer would apply to first responders and front-line workers, such as doctors, nurses, paramedics, police officers and firefighters. The workers are eligible to receive a free tall-sized hot or iced coffee from Wednesday through May 3.
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“[I was doing my] last checklist as we close down my store for at least 2 weeks. I found a couple of paramedics wandering about- so offered them coffee and Almond Milk Chais!” Michelle, a manager at a Starbucks store in Redlands, California, wrote on the company’s internal message board. “We so appreciate all of our first Responders – medical staff and grocery workers too! I’m so proud of all of our partners and how naturally we come together in times of need.”