India has been battling a deadly second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The health and frontline workers have been working round the clock to help people who are gasping for breath and fight the invisible threat. While many residents from across the country have stepped up to offer meals and essentials to those in India, many celebrities are also reaching out for help. And now, Celebrity Chef Sanjeev Kapoor has joined hands with international chef and philanthropist, Chef Jose Andres of the World Central Kitchen to provide free meals to healthcare workers across seven Indian cities.
The Front Line Workers In 7 Cities Will Get Free Nutritious Meals
India has been reporting a record number of cases since April. This eventually led to the shortages of ICU beds, COVID-related drugs, oxygen concentrators, and even medicines in many cities. The doctors and nurses have been struggling to provide medical support to the overwhelming number of patients. Chef Sanjeev Kapoor is ensuring that the COVID warriors are not neglected during this time. You Can Provide Meals To COVID Patients Even If You Can’t Cook; Here’s How
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— Foreign Ag Service (@USDAForeignAg) May 14, 2021
Chef Sanjeev Kapoor Joined Hands With World Central Kitchen & Taj Hotels
Chef Sanjeev Kapoor along with World Central Kitchen and Taj Hotels is actively working to deliver more than ten thousand free meals to frontline workers in Mumbai, Delhi, Gurugram, Ahmedabad Kolkata, Goa, and Hyderabad. The Chef curated the menu keeping in mind the nutritional requirements to fight the pandemic. Chef Saransh Goila Announces Launch Of PAN India COVID Meal Platform To Assist Quarantined Patients.
But this is not the first time that Chef Sanjeev Kapoor extended his support for the frontline workers. During the first wave of coronavirus, his team arranged meals for doctors and medical care providers of Kasturba, KEM, and Sion Hospital. In collaboration with World Central Kitchen and Taj, the chef hopes to offer meals to more state-run civil hospitals in other COVID-hit cities like Gurugram, Hyderabad, and Pune.