Arizona casino to feed 2,000 front line health workers

The Casino del Sol in Tucson will provide 2,000 front line health workers with food.
The Casino del Sol in Tucson will provide 2,000 front line health workers with food.

The Casino del Sol in Tucson, Arizona, is doing its bit to sup[port front line workers battle Covid-19.

US.- A casino in Arizona has declared it will provide food for 2,000 front line health workers battling against the deadly Coronavirus.

The Casino del Sol in Tucson, Arizona, has been closed since March 30 but has been providing updates regarding the gradual reopening of its premises.

But with the gaming tables still out of action, the Southern Arizona casino has gone a step further, announcing plans to assist health workers battling Covid-19.

In a press release shared Monday morning, the operator announced that culinary staff from the resort will be preparing and delivering lunches to about 2,000 front-line workers.

Over the next two weeks, the casino announced it will donate food to workers at medical facilities including St. Mary’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Tucson Medical Center, Banner – University Medical Center Tucson and Banner – University Medical Center South.

Casino employees will also prepare food to be delivered to staff working for Pascua Yaqui Tribe healthcare, police and fire departments.

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