MONONGAHELA (KDKA) – On Saturday, The Salvation Army donated meals for several healthcare workers on the frontlines of battling the coronavirus.

The meals were delivered to the staff at the Mon Valley Hospital.

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Both hospital workers and Salvation Army volunteers said generosity like this is common in the Mon Valley.

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“That’s what the Mon Valley is, it’s neighbors helping neighbors,” said Corrine Laboone.

“We just work as a team in the Mon Valley, it’s important to work together and when neighbors are in need, we respond,” said Susan Thwaite, Salvation Army captain.

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According to the Salvation Army, several local restaurants provided the meals.