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Are you a driver for Lyft, Uber, Doordash, or Grubhub working during the coronavirus outbreak? Business Insider wants to hear from you.

Business Insider is seeking input from drivers and delivery workers to better understand what it's like working through the coronavirus outbreak.
The author on a virtual date.

I started dating someone just before the coronavirus lockdown in the UK. Here are 8 ways we’re making it work, even though we can’t see ea...

Sophia and I only got to meet twice in person, but, following some virtual dates, we decided to give things a try — pandemic or not.
Burger King is giving away free kids' meals.

12 innovative ways companies are helping people affected by the coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing many businesses to close. Larger companies are stepping in to help fill the gaps.

Uber surges 43% after its CEO says it has enough cash to get through the coronavirus pandemic

"We are well positioned to weather this," Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said on a Thursday call with investors.
An Uber Eats delivery courier in Spain. The company has seen an uptick in delivery business as consumers are urged to stay home.

Uber says a coronavirus worst-case scenario could cost it up to $6 billion and rides could slump as much as 80%

Uber stock slumped dramatically in recent days as the virus wreaks havoc on the economy. Food delivery, however, could save it.

8 restaurants and delivery services now offer contactless delivery to slow the spread of coronavirus — here’s how to get it

Instacart and Postmates have dedicated contactless services, while other services are encouraging customers to instruct drivers on delivery.
Uber Eats is just one delivery service adjusting its services and partnerships.

Here’s how 5 food delivery services are adapting to the coronavirus restrictions and safety precautions

Uber Eats is just one delivery service adjusting its services and partnerships. Couriers like Postmates, Grubhub, and Drizly are all adapting.
A Deliveroo rider in France.

Food delivery apps are switching to ‘no contact’ dropoffs as usage during coronavirus lockdowns spikes

Just Eat, Deliveroo, and Glovo have all followed US peers in implementing contactless food dropoffs.
Emilia Fart enjoying a bath salad.

A YouTuber got an Uber Eats Caesar salad delivered directly to her bathtub

Emilia Fart said she was feeling "bleaked out" in January, so wanted to have her dinner sent directly to her while she was having a bath.

Uber surges 6% after offloading its Indian food-delivery business

"India remains an exceptionally important market to Uber and we will continue to invest in growing our local Rides business," said Uber's CEO.