Starbucks is continuing to offer free coffee to healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

The company originally said front line workers would receive a tall brewed coffee (hot or iced) at no charge through May 3. Starbucks has now extended that through the end of May.

Starbucks shared in a statement that since May 25, they have served more than 1 million cups of free coffee to front line workers.

Starbucks has said they hope to have 90 percent of locations open by early June. In a recent statement, the company said over the next days and weeks, when its safe to do so, "more Starbucks stores will be ready to serve customers in a range of ways."