The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) has been engaged in helping residents through different avenues, including the donation to care packages to needy families. The NEMO Minister, Edmund Castro, is continuing this initiative by feeding frontline workers. According to him, he has set aside Wednesday to cook and serve the doctors and nurses in different facilities. While this program has just started, he says the crew will go wherever they are needed.
Edmon Castro, Minister of State, Ministry of Transport: “We are dealing with assisting the front line workers in doing something great for them. We started last week Wednesday and we had a request since we initially started in Ladyville dealing with the rural nurses with the Papa Jeff’s smoked beef tacos we received an invitation to come and deal with fifty or sixty nurses and doctors here at the Cleopatra Health Center so we’re here doing our god deed so that they could taste something different. It’s different than the normal tacos that they normally would receive out there. I also prepared the smoked salt beef tacos I was supposed to do some salpicon for them but this timing wasn’t right for me to complete that chore so the next set that I go and feed maybe perhaps next week Wednesday they will also taste some salpicon.
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Edmon Castro, Minister of State, Ministry of Transport: “I’m sure by the end of the newscast somebody else will call me for me to go and provide the same service for them but I set aside on Wednesday to do this kind of chores and giving back to the community and helping our people especially those on the front line. Without those front line workers such as the nurses, doctors, customs, immigration and so on it wouldn’t be in place to keep us safe and we need all of them to be happy, we need to show them the gratitude.”