Places Giving Healthcare Workers Free Food And Drinks Amid The Coronavirus Outbreak


Connor Surdi

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues around the world, healthcare workers are on the front line tirelessly treating those who are ill. To show their appreciation, many restaurants, fast-food chains, and other companies have started offering free food and drinks to first responders and hospital staff. Below we’ve outlined the details of each deal and how long it’s being offered. As always, these are subject to change and may vary by location, but we’ll do our best to keep this updated as time goes on.

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Reed’s, which is known best for its ginger beer, will sending “The Green Machine” to local hospitals, fire stations, and medical centers in the LA, OC and San Diego county areas to give out free products.

Tropical Smoothie Cafe

The chain is giving 100,000 smoothies to first responders.


The brand has been delivering free salads to healthcare workers, and is now raising funds with World Central Kitchen to donate 100,000 meals to healthcare workers.

Circle K

Healthcare workers and first responders can get free coffee, tea, and Polar Pop Fountain drinks through the end of April.


Any customer who identifies as a “first responder or frontline worker supporting our healthcare system” will receive a free tall brewed coffee at the chain through May 3.

Cumberland Farms

Police officers, firefighters, active military, paramedics, doctors, nurses, hospital staff, medical staff, and medical researchers will receive a free coffee.


Nando’s is giving hospital workers free meals and delivering meals to hospitals once a day. They’re also allocating 50 free meals per restaurant per day for members of the restaurant industry who have been laid off.


Hospital workers, doctors, nurses, administrators, cleaning staff, as they put in “all brace medical personal directly confronting this challenge,” will receive free pizza.

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