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Health officials in New York City are giving out free snacks to help patients cope with the flu pandemic.

The city’s Department of Public Health says they are distributing “healthy snacks” that will be distributed throughout hospitals, hospitals and outpatient clinics.

The snacks will be made by Huggies, which recently announced that they would be bringing healthy snacks to hospitals.

Health officials in a news release said the snacks will include peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, banana bread and apple butter.

The city said it is also making available peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to help those in the emergency room.

The department says there are now 5,000 patients who have been given the free snacks.