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How delivery services like Uber Eats could keep the 'most exposed' small businesses afloat: Tech

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

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A Uber Eats delivery cyclist is seen wearing a face mask in Warsaw, Poland on March 23, 2020. Polish government spokesman Piotr Muler on Monday announced the administration would not rule out further expanding restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The government in the previous week already banned the opening of cinemas, restaurants and bars for at least ten days. People are encouraged to stay at home and gatherings of more than 50 people are prohibited. (Photo by Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images)


How delivery services like Uber Eats could keep the 'most exposed' small businesses afloat: As states and cities across the U.S. shut down non-essential services, including dining in at restaurants and bars, eateries are turning to take-out and delivery as their only means to stay afloat through the coronavirus pandemic. And that is leading many restaurants to sign up for on-demand delivery service Uber Eats.

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