We here at Townsquare Media El Paso salute our frontline heroes and businesses assisting our community during this pandemic. As healthcare workers continue to fight at the frontline, it is only far to give them something extra as they try to stay healthy themselves. We all know times are tough so some businesses are stepping up to provide some relief for those who are hungry, tired, and enjoy a good discount.

According to Thrillist, these companies have great deals healthcare workers can take advantage of during the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine situation.

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As long as you show them your employee badge, any healthcare professional every Monday through May 12th.

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For those who enjoy free hot or cold coffee, first responders or frontline workers can receive some free coffee with each visit through May 3rd. If you can't make it to the physical store, Starbucks currently has no delivery fee for Starbucks orders on Uber Eats, according to Starbucks.com

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I didn't find anything on our local Tropical Smoothie Facebook page, but according to Thrillist.com, you can call the nearest Tropical Smoothie to ask if they do provide free smoothie to first responders and healthcare workers.

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Showing some major love for healthcare workers and first responders, McDonald's is providing a free 'Thank You' meal for those who provide a valid ID when ordering. There is a limit for these meals, you can get one per person, per day.

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On May 6th, it is Nurse Appreciation Day. To celebrate, Dunkin Donuts will provide a free medium coffee and donut to any healthcare worker. No purchase is necessary but make sure you do have proof that you are a healthcare worker.

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