The Uber app is offering up to $25 off each ride to and from an eligible vaccination site between May 24 and July 4, for up to two round-trips rides spaced three weeks apart, the company announced yesterday. President Biden this month announced a plan to reach at least 70% of U.S. adults with at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine by July 4. “We are proud to work with the White House to help achieve this goal and make it as easy as possible for all Americans to get vaccinated,” the company said. The company also has integrated data on vaccine sites directly into the app to help users find nearby sites. 

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