Volunteers are delivering free fish and chips to Llanidloes' vulnerable residents to ensure they don't miss out on the Good Friday tradition of eating fish while isolating.
Llanidloes Covid-19 Support Volunteers handed out free meals to at least 300 people across the district.
The volunteers are being co-ordinated by health and safety experts to ensure social distancing and other measures are in place.
Evans' Fish Bar's owners said they wanted to do a "random act of kindness to let people know they have not been forgotten."
Chris and Lorraine Evans said: "We needed assistance from the volunteer group and other organisations to nominate recipients to receive the lunch.
"We then needed the support of the volunteers to help with the deliveries, to make this happen and the response from Llanidloes Covid-19 volunteers to do deliveries has been overwhelming."
More than 80,000 people across Wales have been asked to undertake shielding measures because they are classed as extremely vulnerable to serious illness if they are exposed to the virus.
Everyone in this group has a particular, long-term, pre-existing health condition, which increases their risk to coronavirus.
Shielding measures included staying at home for 12 weeks.
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