University tackles flu season with meal delivery service
As flu and cold season rages on, students at Trinity University in San Antonio who are sick with the flu can now have meals delivered to their rooms, The Trinitonian reports.
The idea stemmed from the health services team, which contacted the school’s foodservice vendor, Aramark, to get the meals off the ground.
The meals include foods that provide hydration and are also easy on the stomach, such as broth soup, a sandwich, fresh fruit and Gatorade.
Students who wish to take part in the meals must be first diagnosed with the flu by the school’s health services, which then arranges for the meals to be prepared and delivered to sick students’ rooms.
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