POMONA (CBSLA) – The Pomona Fairplex is holding another drive-thru food pantry Wednesday to serve hundreds of Angelenos who are struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A worker offloads food boxes at a Los Angeles Regional Food Bank distribution for those in need, as the coronavirus pandemic continues, on April 9, 2020 in Van Nuys. (Getty Images)

The event, which is being cohosted by the Sowing Seeds for Life Food Bank, is being held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pomona Raceway’s dragstrip. It is open to all Los Angeles County residents.

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The Pomona Fairplex’s first drive-thru food pantry on April 1 served 1,658 cars.

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The food is dropped into cars by volunteers in order to maintain social distancing. The Fairplex plans to hold them bi-monthly moving forward.