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LEON, MEXICO - JULY 23: Nurses check notes of a COVID-19 patient at Hospital General Leon on July 23, 2020 in Leon, Mexico. The Hospital can admit and give treatment to over 60 patients with Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease. More than 500 cases have been confirmed since the beginning of the pandemic among patients treated in this hospital. (Photo by Leopoldo Smith/Getty Images)

Throughout the coronavirus crisis, we’ve been saluting frontline healthcare providers at Massachusetts General Hospital. Here’s yet another reason they rock.

 

The Boston Globe is reporting that a group of nurses at MGH is paying forward the kindness they’ve received by sending support by way of meals to nurses in areas of the country that are currently being hit the hardest by COVID-19. Mass General Nurses Kim Herron and Lee Bodock have already spearheaded meal delivery for fellow nurses in hospitals in Arizona and Florida. Texas is next.

 

“We want people to understand that there are still people who are dealing with this in other places,” said Bodock. Click here to read the rest of the Globe piece, and don’t forget to visit our Healthcare Heroes page.