Krispy Kreme is the latest list of companies that give gifts to healthcare workers in the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
From March 30, on National Physician’s Day, any doctor, nurse, or other healthcare worker with valid identification can pick up an unlimited amount of glazed donuts from any car.
The promotion will take place every Monday at National Nurses Week from May 6-12.
“Taking care of ourselves and others has never been more important. Checking together staying apart seems unnatural, “wrote Krispy Kreme in a statement to his website.” But even now … there can be joy. It can take us and stay “together” in this challenging and challenging time. . “
The fritters chain also said that anyone who buys at least a dozen glazed fritters at all prices from a cluster of grapes would get a dozen glazed fritters.
This promotion will start on March 28 and will run every Saturday.
Each free dozen will also include a smiley-faced donut to spread the joy.
Krispy Kreme joins many grocery stores giving gifts to healthcare workers.
A Connecticut pizza shop donates pizza to health workers, and a Chick-fil-A, in Washington state, served 1,000 meals for hospital workers struggling with the outbreak in the state. Companies like Pizza and Sweetgreen also offer free food to medical workers.