THERE were no sirens blaring for this quiet act of kindness that left Port Macquarie Base Hospital's theatre and emergency staff with smiles on their faces and full bellies.
Despite the fact Hastings business is feeling the pressure of tough trade restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, one caring pizza crew managed the time to tip their hat as a thank you to our frontline health workers.
Domino's Port Macquarie made two bulk pizza deliveries to the emergency department and theatre staff this week.
Store manager Brayden Kruger said it was the least they could do given the long haul health workers across our region have ahead of them.
"Those guys work long hours, they are up all night and on again all day," Brayden said.
Domino's Pizza, along with many other businesses in town, are having to adjust their work practices to ensure they meet the strict health guidelines to "flatten the curve" of COVID-19.
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