On Monday, Dollar General (DG) announced that it will begin offering a 10% discount to medical personnel, first responders, and activated National Guardsmen as a way to say thanks for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The discount applies to qualifying purchases and requires an employee badge or ID. The discount is available at the company’s more than 16,300 stores through April 30, with the possibility of an extension of the offer based on the state of the COVID-19 situation going forward.

“At Dollar General, we are deeply appreciative for the ongoing and brave work that our medical professionals, first responder communities and National Guard activated continue to perform during these unprecedented times,” Todd Vasos, Dollar General’s CEO, said in a statement. “To demonstrate our heartfelt gratitude for these individuals’ tireless service to their communities, we are proud to help support them with this discount.

“On behalf of the entire Dollar General family, we would like to thank all of the physicians, nurses, pharmacists, paramedics, police officers, fire fighters, Guardsmen and other health care and front-line professionals working to support and care for our neighbors and communities,” he added.

The company has also dedicated the first hour of each day to senior customers and is closing its stores one hour earlier for cleaning and restocking. Dollar General has committed $35 million in bonuses to its store, distribution center, and private fleet employees, as well as providing a 30% off digital coupon on its private brands through May 4 to these workers.

Shares of Dollar General stock were up 1.53% as of 2:48 p.m. EDT on Monday.