Uber Hong Kong has posted driver figures indicating it is faring well during the health crisis, despite the saga over its legal status. Photo: Winson WongUber Hong Kong has posted driver figures indicating it is faring well during the health crisis, despite the saga over its legal status. Photo: Winson Wong
Uber Hong Kong has posted driver figures indicating it is faring well during the health crisis, despite the saga over its legal status. Photo: Winson Wong

Uber Hong Kong driver numbers surge during Covid-19 crisis, as demand rises for ride-hailing firm’s trips, deliveries

  • Hard-up residents turn to the service, looking to cash in on demand for trips increasing by nearly a third among app users
  • Number of Uber Eats drivers doubled during Hong Kong’s second wave of infections, which forced tough social-distancing curbs on the city

Topic |   Uber
Uber Hong Kong has posted driver figures indicating it is faring well during the health crisis, despite the saga over its legal status. Photo: Winson WongUber Hong Kong has posted driver figures indicating it is faring well during the health crisis, despite the saga over its legal status. Photo: Winson Wong
Uber Hong Kong has posted driver figures indicating it is faring well during the health crisis, despite the saga over its legal status. Photo: Winson Wong
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