Thai chefs cook for others made jobless by COVID-19


Professional chefs on Wednesday began cooking up round 40,000 lunches in Thailand’s capital for communities affected by the COVID-19.

Chef Hugs, an area charity, employed 200 chefs and dozens of taxi drivers, a lot of whom are at the moment residing on little or no earnings, for the 10-day venture. Some of the chefs are from famend eating places throughout the town.

“I am a cook and I don’t have work now. I am in trouble, but I know there are people who are far worse off, so I want to do this for them,” mentioned Thanyalak Suttama, making ready trays of floor meat.

All chefs concerned within the venture are receiving 400 baht ($12) a day, whereas taxi drivers are incomes 300 baht ($9) for transporting the meals to 50 low-income communities throughout Bangkok. Around 4,000 meals are being made every day.

Thailand on Wednesday reported no new day by day COVID-19 instances for the primary time in two months as the federal government thought-about easing extra restrictions on companies.

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