Portugues Pro Wrestler Cory Machado Donates 1,000 meals to aid those affected by the Coronavirus
Pro Wrestler Cory Machado has donated over 1,000 meals to families in need during these uncertain times due to the pandemic coronavirus. Machado is sending positive vibes out to everyone wishes the best to stay safe. The Portuguese Pro Wrestler will also be helping out two various charities that look to help fight against cancer and provide supplies and food to no kill animal shelters. The coronavirus has been effecting many countries has had a big impact on the global economy.
These are very challenging and uncertain times. Everyone is hoping for the best. Employers are slashing jobs at a furious pace across the nation due to mass shutdowns over the coronavirus, slamming state unemployment offices with a crush of filers facing sudden crises. Every day, there are new restrictions put in place on travel and large public gatherings that are making it impossible to stay on schedule. Cory will continue to help aid those in need and effected by the coronavirus and families that are in need. Machado will also be dedicating his next match to his friend Andres who passed away along with honoring fallen police officers. More information on coronavirus- According to the world health organization Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.
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