Operation BBQ Relief is doing its part on the coronavirus front lines feeding the hungry.The Kansas City-area charity usually mobilizes with hot meals after natural disasters; these days it is feeding COVID-19 first responders and the local homeless as well as employing restaurant workers suddenly left jobless.Stan Hays, co-founder and CEO for Operation BBQ Relief, told Fox News: “We are doing what we can in our home community to feed people in need of a good comforting hot meal.  We want to ensure during this difficult time that they are not forgotten and people know they care about them.”CORONAVIRUS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOWThe number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Missouri surpassed 1,000 on Monday and the state’s death toll rose to 13. Operation BBQ Relief is doing its part on the coronavirus frontlines feeding the hungry. (Operation BBQ Relief) Health officials said that as of Monday afternoon, 1,031 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Missouri. That is an increase of 128 from Sunday.Amid quarantine and social distancing, Operation BBQ Relief still has help distributing the meals.“We are working with other nonprofits, churches, civic groups and citizens helping their neighbors to get food to those that need it,” Hays


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