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Ed Sheeran Will Pay His Restaurant Staff's Wages In Full During Coronavirus Crisis

During these tense times where so many have lost their income due to business closures and self-isolation, it's amazing to see positive news from those with the power to help.

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Musician Ed Sheeran owns a restaurant called Bertie Blossoms in London.

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Like most restaurants, it's been forced to close during this crisis, but unlike most restaurants, the millionaire musician behind it is stepping up to the plate to help out his employees.

Ed will reportedly be paying the entire staff's wages in full himself while the restaurant is closed.

It's been reported that the staff of Bertie Blossoms were told by Ed "not to worry" and that he's "picking up the tab" during these tough times.

Ed has also apparently told his staff they are welcome to seek other employment if they can find it during this time for extra money.

He also encouraged them to do volunteer work if they are able to help those who are struggling immensely during the pandemic. That's a good boss!

What an amazing move from Ed!

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The only way to get through this time is to do it together, so it's awesome to see the people with the capability to step up in such a huge way, do so!