DoorDash is now offering hand sanitizer and gloves to its couriers nationwide in the US and in Canada to help protect them from the coronavirus that has been spreading rapidly around the world.
The company secured tens of thousands of gloves and bottles of sanitizer earlier this year but previously had only made them available to delivery drivers in certain areas of the US.
DoorDash closed its local offices around the country, so couriers will have to order the supplies online and pay up to $5 in shipping.
The company plans to start offering sanitizer and gloves in Australia next week.
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DoorDash delivery drivers nationwide and in Canada can now get hand sanitizer from the company for the price of shipping.
They can also order gloves, but may have to wait a bit longer to receive them, because they’re backordered, company spokeswoman Liz Jarvis-Shean told Business Insider.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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