EMT’s, nurses, and doctors are fighting the coronavirus pandemic at the frontlines right at the source. They’re treating the sick and doing their best to contain the spread. But many of them are also getting sick and they’re working harder than they’ve ever had to before. They don’t have the protective equipment necessary to do their job and they are left with little time to even eat. Fortunately, many people with influence and wealth are stepping up to provide necessities during these difficult times.

Elon Musk donated thousands of ventilators to hospitals, Rihanna’s foundation donated $5 million to organizations that will help first responders fight COVID-19 better, and Jeff Bezos donated $100 million to Feeding America. Now, Cardi B is the latest celebrity to join in and do some good.

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Cardi B partnered with vegan protein brand OWYN to donate 20,000 meal replacement shakes to hospital staff and ambulance crews. The idea was that even if they have little time to take a break and eat lunch, they can still get some nourishment.

The rapper also recently announced that royalties from her “Coronavirus” rant remix will be donated to charity and families in need of financial assistance due to the crisis.

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