SUBWAY workers have donated lunches to NHS staff at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. 

The staff members at the Alexandra Parade and Forge outlets of the American sandwich chain took the initiative to donate leftover products to a good cause. 

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The restaurants shut today after government advice to shut down business not selling essential goods to curb the spread of coronavirus. 

The big-hearted staff put out a call for suggestions and decided to donate armfuls of sandwiches to staff working at the nearby hospital. 

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The East End workers made up bags of sandwiches and cookies for NHS doctors and nurses at the Castle Street hospital.

Rona Gemmill, manager at the Alexandra Parade outlet said she wanted to help "NHS staff risking their lives for everyone right now".