Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, more famous outfits and people have stepped up to lend a helping hand to those in need.
Just as more cases of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic have made the headlines, more celebrities, including celebrity chef José Andrés have shown their intent to help those in need.
Celebrated Chef Jose Andres talks to journalists about why he is converting Zaytinya into a grab-and-go meal restaurant in response to the novel coronavirus March 17, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
Ryan Reynolds, and Blake Lively, had previously disclosed that they would be donating a substantial amount to help those who were unable to access meals during the coronavirus pandemic.
One of his restaurants noted that they would be “temporarily closing most of our restaurants in D.C. and New York.”
The chef’s nonprofit, World Central Kitchen, also pointed out that they would be partnering with others to circulate grab-and-go meals that were fresh and individually packaged to families in need in The Bronx.
Today explained that the 50-year-old chef would be turning most of his restaurants into places that would provide to-go meals.
Although the dishes would come with different price tags, each eatery would permit people to pay what they can afford.
Although the dishes would come with different price tags, each eatery would permit people to pay what they can afford. Additionally, those who had plans to donate a meal to future patrons were also invited to partake in the process.
José’s announcement came after he had told his Twitter family that the World Central Kitchen located in Oakland, California, was open for business. The chef didn’t stop there as he took time out to encourage his followers with the words:
“we are one big family & we will get through this. We can all take care of each other...sometimes that’s all it takes. So be strong. We can change the world through the power of food.”
It would be recalled that Ryan Reynolds, and his wife, Blake Lively, had previously disclosed that they would be donating a substantial amount to help those who were unable to access meals during the coronavirus pandemic.
The “Deadpool” star had also encouraged his followers to “leave room for joy” as they focused on taking care of their bodies and hearts.