DJ Khaled and Wife Nicole Tuck Provide 10,000 Masks, Gloves, & PPE for Miami and New York City Health Workers Fighting COVID-19
DJ Khaled and his wife Nicole Tuck responded to the needs of the medical community in New York and Florida by providing thousands of protective supplies through their non-profit foundation.
DJ Khaled and his wife, Nicole Tuck are making a difference in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak. The couple supplied frontline workers with protective wear to help them combat the virus’ spread.
Through Khaled and Nicole’s non-profit organization, We The Best Foundation, and in partnership with Direct Relief, they provided 10,000 masks, gloves and dozens of PPE kits to healthcare workers in Miami and New York.
Moreover, they partnered with Simple Human to provide thousands of hand sanitizers and hands-free soap dispensers to communities across the country.
Khaled’s efforts were reportedly inspired by a friend's brother who works at a Brooklyn hospital.
View this post on Instagram
The KHALED FAMILY and the We The Best Foundation are grateful to Donate and partner with @directrelief and @simplehuman to aid in supplying additional supplies to healthcare workers on the front line in both New York and Miami local hospitals. Link in bio! @wethebestfdn @wethebestmusic
Khaled alerted his fans of his efforts on Instagram. And in a statement released by We The Best Foundation to PR Newswire, the 44-year-old DJ said,
"By partnering with Direct Relief, Nicole and I are able to reach the medical staff who are most at risk in local hospitals in New York and Miami. It's important to us to take care of those who take care of us.”
Khaled’s efforts were reportedly inspired by a friend’s brother who works at a Brooklyn hospital. It is also in response to the alarming rate of Coronavirus cases in New York and Florida. Khaled’s family lives in Miami.
As of March 31, New York recorded 66,400 confirmed cases of COVID-19 while Florida had 6,300 cases. The countrywide total is expected to spike in the coming weeks prompting the government to extend social distancing measures until April 30.
Every county in New York has now reported a Coronavirus case.— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) April 2, 2020
This virus has marched across our state.
We have counties with more cows than people. That didn’t stop it.
Urban, suburban, and rural: We're all affected.
It will march across our nation next.
Apart from helping his community, Khaled has been doing his part self-isolating at home. He recently revealed that after taking a break from the gym, he was back working out and manages to do so twice a day.
Khaled admitted his workouts have been lifting his spirits. He also added that he often engages in Zoom video conferencing and Netflix binges during his downtime.
Khaled has also been bonding with his children. A photo he shared last month revealed him with 3-year-old Asahd and 2-month-old Aalam. The proud father posed with his two boys inside their home.
In a more recent post, he shared a clip of a football game between him and Asahd on their lawn. It's evident time at home is well spent by Khaled with his family.
ⓘ We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDС, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!