Coronavirus school closures have led to more than 805,880,000 missed meals for students who rely on school lunches for nourishment. Yolanda Fisher, a cafeteria manager from Dallas, TX, spoke to MSNBC about how she and her colleagues are keeping bellies full and spirits up, even during a difficult time.

“The kids love it…the families are really happy that we’re out there giving those meals…we give them seven days worth of food, so that’s really an awesome thing for them.”

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