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Vancouver businesses continue to support hospital workers with food, masks (SPH)

Healthcare workers pick up free meals from Terra V Burgers in Kitsilano amid the COVID-19 pandemic (Photo credit: CityNews Vancouver)

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Local businesses that have been temporarily forced to scale back because of the COVID-19 pandemic are still finding ways to support their community.

Tera V Burgers is giving out free meals to frontline healthcare workers while Plenty — a Vancouver clothing boutique — has been sewing and donating masks to hospitals and care homes.

Abdul Muqeet took over the Tera V Burgers in Kitsilano two months ago on the day B.C. banned in-restaurant dining, but the manager says he didn’t want to let the pandemic get in the way of helping where he could.

Before long, they were delivering burgers to hospitals, including St. Paul’s and Vancouver General.

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