A PIZZA chain is seeking donations to help feed Glasgow's NHS workers fighting coronavirus

Pizza Punks are aiming to deliver 500 pizzas in Glasgow "to kickstart the campaign". 

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The edgy pizza parlour is looking for generous Glaswegians to donate to help fund the project, which is being run on a not-for-profit basis.

Volunteers are running the assembly and the money will be used to cover the costs of materials and delivery.

Staff at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital can look forward to free pizzas as a thank-you for their work in combating the deadly bug. 

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The chain is driving its campaign in Glasgow, Newcastle and Belfast, aiming to feed up to 2,500 NHS staff in each city over the coming weeks. 

Donations can be made by purchasing a food voucher on their website citing the NHS hospital as the delivery address.