Since ridership is down due to stay-at-home efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Uber launched the Work Hub within its app to connect drivers to work. Uber launched Uber Works to connect people to shift work like food production, warehouse, and customer service in Chicago, Dallas and Miami. Uber launched Uber Freight, where drivers get paid for every load they deliver. Drivers with Class A Commercial Driver's License can receive priority eligibility screening to drive for Uber Freight. Uber is also encouraging drivers to turn on delivery requests for Uber Eats if it is available in their cities. Work Hub will also include opportunities to work with companies other than Uber, like Domino's, Shipt, and CareGuide.