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Coronavirus: Pizza Hut shows its support with hand-delivery of pizzas for Northwick Park and Ealing Hospital staff

PUBLISHED: 12:44 20 March 2020

Pizza Hut manager Mohammad Shabbire hand delivers a batch to Northwick Park hospital during coronavirus crisis. Picture: LNWUH

Pizza Hut manager Mohammad Shabbire hand delivers a batch to Northwick Park hospital during coronavirus crisis. Picture: LNWUH

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A pizza giant has shown its support for hospital staff during the coronavirus pandemic with a hand-delivered batch of treats.

Manager Mohammad Shabbire and his colleagues from Pizza Hut delivered 40 pizzas to hard pressed staff at Northwick Park and Ealing hospitals.

The pizzas came with a personal message from the company saying: “Everyone at Pizza Hut appreciate how hard you must all be working.

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“We are humbled by the incredible dedication and commitment shown by you and your colleagues and wanted to say a huge personal thanks.”

The hospitals, run by London North West University Hospital Trust, have been battling to save the lives of multiple patients presenting Covid-19 infections.

To date six have died and 45 have tested positive in Brent and 42 in Ealing.

A trust spokesperson said: “We really appreciate the gesture. It means a lot to staff to know people are thinking about them. We’ll get through this together.”


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