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Helsinki violinist delivers food by bike as city fights coronavirus
by Anne Kauranen
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17 April 2020
On 17 April 2020 Reuters reported:
The second violinist of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra has been redeployed to help fight the coronavirus crisis -- he's using an electric bike to deliver food to the Finnish capital's elderly residents. With old people ordered to self-isolate, city employees have contacted 27,000 citizens aged over 80 to offer help by delivering groceries and medicines.
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