Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, May 8
Over 300 Australians recently returned home after being stuck in India for two months during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sikh volunteers are rushing to make meals to the families in Sydney from New Delhi on Friday morning. The families were forced into 14-day isolation at hotels around the city.
Volunteers at Guru Nanak's Free Kitchenette in Sydney will be cooking around the clock to provide meals for the travellers.
Lucky Singh—who founded the charity—had to take time off work to prepare food for the families.
Guru Nanak's Free Kitchenette has operated in Sydney for eight years providing food for the homeless in the city, the elderly at nursing homes, international students with less support and women affected by domestic violence.
During the pandemic, the charity has been providing food for frontline workers as well.
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