A drive-through service organised by the Gold Coast Islamic Society served around 400 meals a day for local Muslims observing Ramadan and struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, footage filmed on Sunday shows.
Vehicles can be seen picking up their drive-through meals at the Arundel Mosque in the Gold Coast.
According to reports, following the closure of the Mosque, local islamic authorities... Еще came out with the idea of opening a drive-through, where no social contact is needed, and meals can still be provided to those in need.
Organiser Hussin Goss stressed that the initiative is «a big help and a big support» to the most vulnerable members of community, such as students of local universities or residents who lost their jobs due to coronavirus pandemic.
As of Monday, Australia has reported 6,823 coronavirus cases, with 96 deaths, according to data collecting by Johns Hopkins University.