Moroccan Toumadi Supports Californian Medical Staff

At a time when the Coronavirus pandemic is in full swing, and when restaurants in the American state of California have closed their doors to counter the spread of Covid-19, Moroccan chef Waheed Toumadi decided to continue working to support the nursing staff in public hospitals, who are working day and night to save the victims of this pandemic.

From the beginning of the containment in California, where there have been many infections, Chef Toumadi, originally from Mohammedia, has prepared many free meals that he has served to the homeless, who live in the gardens and streets of the state. He has done the same for staff at a number of hospitals, including the Santa Clara hospital.

The Moroccan chef, who specializes in Moroccan and Italian cuisine, said that what he has done is the duty of every citizen who can provide support and assistance to participate in the fight against the disease, adding in a statement to that “Moroccans are known for their love for the good and they have been educated to always provide support and solidarity to the needy. It is for this reason that what they do is not surprising, as it is a behaviour that is at the heart of the Moroccan culture. »

Toumadi is one of the most famous Moroccan chefs in Los Angeles. He was previously hosted by Simo Benbachir in his program “Nayda in Hollywood”. He runs a restaurant in California which is very popular because of the elegance of his cuisine. His clients include many celebrities among actors, producers, journalists, etc. in West Hollywood.

Several specialized press organs have devoted articles to him. Among them, State newspapers have recently reported on his solidarity initiative with health professionals in California and have published photos and interviews with him.

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