Shortly earlier than 11 a.m. on Tuesday Oct. 8, Jay Gonzalez of the Las Animas Grill pulled into the Mt. San Rafael Hospital parking zone with a trunk filled with meals for entrance line employees.
Met by Kim Lucero the Director of Planning and Growth at Mt. San Rafael Hospital, Gonzalez supplied meals for 170 hospital employees on each the day and evening shift throught the generosity of native donations from Invoice Louthan, Rosalie Marquez, Tony Younger, Candace and Dennis Caveza, County Commissioner Tony Hass and and the Denver Salvation Military.
“I hope it encourages folks,” stated Gonzalez, “That in the event that they needed to do the identical for the police pressure or ambulance district they may, however we’re simply going to maintain doing what we do.”
“The COVID-19 meals and the donation meals are stuff that we volunteer our time for we all know that there are folks in want. We have now the flexibility to do it and there are people who find themselves type sufficient to donate to it to see it carried out,” stated Gonzalez.
On Monday, Dec. 7, the Las Animas County well being division introduced its shift to “extreme threat” because the pandemic hit 81 energetic circumstances inside the county.
“The largest factor the neighborhood can do to assist proper now’s to abide by laws, pointers and restrictions which might be set forth,” stated Lucero.
Mt. San Rafael Hospital has the capability to deal with 4 COVID-19 sufferers. With the hospital’s addition set to open Jan 6, 2021, Mt. San Rafael will develop their COVID-19 therapy unit.
“I’d simply ask that folks put on their masks, wash your fingers and keep six toes away,” stated Lucero.