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Uber, DoorDash suspend service in cities with curfews over George Floyd protests
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Ride-sharing and meal delivery apps are temporarily suspending service in cities across the U.S. to comply with curfews.
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Uber and DoorDash will stop service during curfew hours mandated in at least 40 cities and Washington, D.C. as nationwide protests continue in response to the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd last week.
"Our teams on the ground are working closely with each individual city to best support them based on their needs and the local situation," a spokesperson for Uber told FOX Business in an email Tuesday, adding: "Some cities have requested that we suspend operations completely while others want to ensure Uber is available for essential services."