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is Giving Away Free Burrito Lunches to Healthcare Workers – Sign Up Today

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It’s time to celebrate American healthcare workers—and Chipotle is giving us an easy way to say thank you.

To mark National Nurses Week in early May, the Mexican restaurant chain announced more than $1 million in free lunches for healthcare professionals.

2,000 healthcare workers will win ‘Burrito Care Packages’ which come with 50 free entrées for their team. In total, they will feed 100,000 nurses and their colleagues.

Launched on April 27, healthcare workers in the US can sign up for the chance to win the Care Packages until the final day of Nurses Week, Friday, May 12. Learn more and sign-up at chipotle.com/healthcare-heroes.

No purchase is necessary, and the company will begin reaching out to the winners directly by May 19.

Launched on April 27, healthcare workers in the US can sign up for the chance to win the Care Packages until the final day of Nurses Week, Friday, May 12. Learn more and sign-up at chipotle.com/healthcare-heroes.

No purchase is necessary, and the company will begin reaching out to the winners directly by May 19.

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Drive-up window will be added to Watertown Chipotle

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WATERTOWN — Customers will soon be able to order their burritos and other Mexican-inspired meals from Chipotle without getting out of their vehicles.

Chipotle Mexican Grill will add a drive-thru window at the restaurant in City Center, a sprawling commercial plaza on Western Boulevard.

On Tuesday, the Watertown Planning Board approved the site plans that allow the project to move forward.

Customers will place their orders through the Chipotle mobile app or via its website, then pick them up in what the national restaurant chain calls a “Chipotlane,” all without having to leave their cars.

A Chipotle representative told planning board members that the project doesn’t include adding “an order board,” so customers must order their food before they get to the restaurant.

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