In the bustling kitchen of one of Bogotá's trendiest restaurants, two chefs have teamed up to bring nutritious meals to poor and vulnerable people who have been cut off from work and housing during Colombia's coronavirus quarantine. El Chato, run by chefs Alvaro Clavijo and Chichera Demente, prepare and deliver food to 48 people living in an austere building that provides affordable housing. Bogotá's high infection rate has meant the city continues to observe strict protocols, so the meals are a lifeline for residents who are quarantined. "I'm very grateful to them," said Miryam Tellez, who helps run the house, "they have always come, they have never left us alone."

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