a Group of five fishermen in Hawaii caught two yellowfin tuna weighing almost 100 kgs and donated them to medical workers who are at the forefront of the fight against the pandemic. According to one of the lucky fishermen Kyle Nakamoto, who works in the local diving club when they went to sea, they had one goal: to feed local health workers.

the Massive tuna was sent to the distributor of seafood, where they were purified and prepared from them more than 300 ahs. This is a traditional dish in Hawaiian cuisine – fish, diced, or served as an appetizer or as a main dish. As CNN reports, these treats were then delivered to the medical center Honolulu Straub medical center in Hawaii.

According to the chief operating officer of the medical center Straub Travis Clegg, his staff was stunned by the support and generosity of the fishermen against health workers who were in the epicenter of the fight against coronavirus.