Local businesses have been supporting essential workers on the frontline against coronavirus by keeping bellies full and spirits up.
Nearly 50 key workers at HMP Perth were treated to a Indian lunch on Saturday.
Staff working at the Edinburgh Road prison were handed curries and rice from the team at Perth-based Praveen Kumar Ready Meals.
Officers working at the site also received bottles of hand sanitiser by the Arran Road firm.
The team have also previously delivered curries to medical staff at PRI.
Meanwhile, staff at Must Eat takeaway in the city centre have also been delivering treats over the weekend to those most exposed to the virus.
The North Methven Street takeaway delivered hot meals to Skinnergate and Greyfriars hostels, Murray Royal Hospital and also Ochil Care Home in Oakbank on Friday.
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