The 'Molly's Game' star continues to support the healthcare workers with the delivery donation days after sending snack boxes to Lenox Hill Hospital emergency room and intensive care unit employees.

AceShowbiz - Actress Jessica Chastain is continuing to keep tired New York healthcare workers fed during the coronavirus pandemic by reportedly sending plant-based burgers to hospital staff.

Earlier this month, the "Molly's Game" star sent snack boxes to Lenox Hill Hospital emergency room and intensive care unit employees treating patients with COVID-19, stuffing the care packages with cupcakes, cookies, caramel corn, protein bars and peanuts.

Now she is said to have donated a delivery of Beyond Burgers to first responders at the same venue - and the meat-free meals were much appreciated after receiving pizzas from other generous do-gooders.

"The nurses loved it," a staff member told the New York Post's Page Six. "It was such a great surprise. We love pizza but this was a nice, healthy change."

Another added, "This is so nice of her. They're so good and surprisingly tasted just like meat."

Chastain is reportedly keen to have the vegan burgers delivered weekly to the medical center during the coronavirus chaos.

The 43-year-old has yet to publicly comment on her charitable acts, but she previously included handwritten notes in the snack boxes, expressing her gratitude.

"Thank you for being the Superhero we need right now," the messages read. "I hope this little nourishment will remind you that there are millions out there grateful for what you do. I know I am. With love, Jessica Chastain."

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