Russell Wilson, Ciara donate 1 million meals to Seattle food bank amid coronavirus pandemic

Russell Wilson, Ciara donate 1 million meals to Seattle food bank amid coronavirus pandemic
Russell Wilson and Ciara attend the 5th annual Sports Humanitarian Awards presented by ESPN at The Novo Theater at L.A. Live on July 09, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images, File)

SEATTLE — Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara are helping feed those in need during the coronavirus epidemic.

The couple made the announcement in a video on social media Tuesday evening that they partnered with Seattle’s Food Lifeline and will be donating a million meals.

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“Obviously this worldwide pandemic, coronavirus, is changing the world. Second by second, minute by minute,” Wilson said. “People are losing loved ones. The elderly, the young, the people in between. You know, think about people losing jobs, even in Seattle.”

As of Tuesday, the Washington State Department of Health reported 1,012 total coronavirus cases with 52 deaths.

“Together we will conquer this tough time that we’re going through,” Ciara added

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