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LOOK: Marian Rivera cooks spaghetti for frontliners

/ 07:09 PM April 27, 2020

Marian Rivera got busy at home to cook up a delicious treat for frontliners today, April 27.

“Another special day in the kitchen as I prepare some snacks for our frontliners at the [University of the Philippines-National Institute of Health] and National Center for Mental Health,” the actress said on Instagram, posing with boxes of spaghetti that she made herself. “Hope you’ll enjoy this meal I made for you.”

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The UP-NIH is a testing center whose scientists have developed coronavirus test kits. NCMH is among the COVID-19 referral hospitals in Metro Manila.

The actress previously made menudo for employees at the Quezon City General Hospital on April 1.

Rivera, along with husband Dingdong Dantes, has also been supporting efforts to provide food for families affected by the enhanced community quarantine. JB

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