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CPS hands out over 500K meals in 3 days of coronavirus closures

Now that all 600-plus Chicago Public Schools are closed due to fears over the coronavirus, lunchroom
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Now that all 600-plus Chicago Public Schools are closed due to fears over the coronavirus, lunchroom workers are giving away sacks of food outside every school in the city — a new normal for the next several weeks.
So far, CPS has handed out almost 90,000 meal packages, which each include three days’ worth of breakfast and lunch, for a total of more than a half-million meals. Reporter Nader Issa has the story…

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