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José Andrés promises that doctors and nurses free to eat at their restaurants the rest of the year

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The Spanish chef José Andrés, who leads the nonprofit organization World Central Kitchen and feed people in extreme crisis situations, as is the pandemic of the coronavirus that is affecting many countries, announced on his Twitter the following promise:

"This is my promise, my mom and my dad, my uncle and my godmother were nurses, doctors and pharmacists. When my restaurants reopens, I hope you do, all doctors and nurses who are active can eat for free for the rest of the year. Thank you"

World Central Kitchen has already arrived in Spain and is turning restaurants into social kitchens, offering free meals to healthcare workers, hospitals and people at social or economic risk.

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2 Comments

  1. Diego Muñoz on

    Well the gesture is very commendable although it is a pity that the nursing assistants and caretakers are left out.
    As I say, a very laudable gesture.

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