McDonald’s to give COVID-19 frontliners free “Thank You Meal” on Guam, Saipan

Divina Evaristo, McDonald's Guam marketing mgr; Joe Ayuyu, owner and president McDonald's Guam and Saipan; (back) Pacifico Martir, McDonald's Guam operations manager; Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero; Joe Ayuyu, Jr. McDonald's Yigo supervisor. McDonald's is giving free meals for first responders and health care workers starting April 22 to May 5, 2020.

McDonald’s Guam and Saipan says they want to do their part to support frontliners in the COVID-19 crisis.

Beginning Wednesday, April 22 through Tuesday May 5, first responders and healthcare workers in the U.S. will be able to receive a free, “Thank You Meal” day or night, as detailed in a company News Release.

The fast-food chain says, workers can get their meals through carry-out or drive thru, at Guam and Saipan McDonald’s locations by showing a work badge.

McDonald’s shared the menu for the “Thank You Meals” that individuals can choose from:

Breakfast: Egg McMuffin®, Chicken McGriddles® or Bacon, Egg and Cheese Biscuit with any size soft drink, tea or hot coffee and a Hash Brown

Lunch and dinner: a Double Cheeseburger, 6-Piece McNuggets® or a Filet-O-Fish® with any size soft drink, tea or hot coffee and small fries.

“We hope this small token of gratitude offers a simple, feel good moment to the police, fire fighters, doctors and nurse heroes at the front line,” said Joe Ayuyu, owner and president for McDonald’s Guam and Saipan.