LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. City council staff at a food hub on 6 April 2020. Picture: Jennifer Bruce/Liverpool City Council.
Photo Essay 30 March – 3 April
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During the Covid-19 lockdown, Liverpool City Council has been working hard to ensure that all residents categorised as ‘vulnerable’ or ‘shielded’ have been given adequate support. For some, that meant being provided with emergency food supplies.
Local government workers from the Culture Team and Transport Department were redelpoyed to help with this effort.
Pictures by Jennifer Bruce/Liverpool City Council.
We’ve spoken to people who were down to their last tea bag with no idea where their next meal was coming from, it feels really good to be in a position to do something to help people like this.
Angie Redhead – Divisional Manager City Assets
The council has delivered more than 4,000 food parcels to people across the city