PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pop star Lizzo is giving back to health care workers at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Lizzo sent a video thanking people at the hospital for their work and had lunch delivered to the emergency room team on Monday.
“Thank you so much for everything that you’re doing during this pandemic. You’re keeping us safe, you’re keeping us healthy, you’re on the frontlines, you’re fighting for us, you’re loving for us, you’re healing for us. It does not go unnoticed,” Lizzo said.READ MORE: Delaware County Investigators Zeroing In On Person Of Interest In 32-Year-Old Cold Case Murder Of Tyra Waiters
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The pop star says she’s one of many praying for the health care workers on the frontline and the least she could do is feed them
“I hope you enjoy your food, I hope it puts a smile on your face, and I hope you have a great, great, great day,” Lizzo said.MORE NEWS: Police Searching For Suspect Accused Of Assaulting Bala Cynwyd 7-Eleven Worker
As of Thursday, Philadelphia has 2,100 coronavirus cases, including 17 deaths.