A Burton taxi firm has made a heartwarming offer to hospital workers "on the frontline" in the battle against coronavirus.
As the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus continues to rise across the country each day, hospital workers are working day and night to tackle the virus.
They say they are doing it because it is "important" to help in what ways they can to "alleviate some pressure" from the shoulders of health workers.
A spokesman for the firm said: "The director of iCars has made a decision in these turbulent and testing times for the community.
"As a gesture of extreme gratitude to the NHS staff who are on the front line of the fight against the coronavirus, we are offering free taxi journeys to all NHS staff on the frontline to and from Burton hospital throughout March.
"At a time when many in the retail and service industry are hiking prices, taking advantage and inadvertently causing panic within the community, we feel this is an important move to alleviate some pressure, help the community and try to bring some much needed stability to a volatile situation.
"The NHS staff are our biggest protection in times when the most vulnerable in our community are at risk."
Anyone looking to take advantage of this offer is asked to call iCars and quote "NHS March".
To book a taxi an NHS photo identification will need to be shown on the journey.
The offer is valid for trips to and from Queen's Hospital from homes in both Burton and Swadlincote.
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