We’re proud of how Pittsburgh has responded during coronavirus outbreak

We’re proud of how Pittsburgh has responded during coronavirus outbreak

PITTSBURGH — It’s been an unprecedented week in our country as schools and business have closed and people have been asked to stay home.

No surprise, Pittsburghers have rallied during these tense moments - reaching out to help others in any way they can.

During this past week, we’ve seen teachers sing and read to their students by webcam.

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An assistant principal started a virtual tip jar for restaurant employees who can’t go to work - and another was created to feed children who may be hungry.

Virtual tip jar set up for service industry workers in Pittsburgh impacted by coronavirus

We’ve seen groups of good Samaritans passing out meals in the Hill District.

There was also a man power washing playgrounds so they are sage for kids.

Pittsburghers have a way of coming together in a crisis, and this week is no different.

All of these amazing acts - and the others that you are doing in your communities each and every day make us truly PROUD to be from Pittsburgh.