Thursday, April 9

Coronavirus/COVID-19: Christiano Ronaldo has converted two of his luxury hotels to temporary medical centers

The football legend Christiano Ronaldo, has reportedly taken a huge step towards the containment of Corona virus outbreak. As he has converted two of his Luxury hotels in portugal into temporary medical centers. As the outbreaks was declared as pandemic by the WHO. According to reports, the Portuguese owns a 4 star Luxury hotel in his home island Madeira ($200 a night), and another in lisbon the Portuguese capital ( $40 a night). Spanish newspaper Marca revealed that the football legend has converted this two luxurious hotels to a medical facility for treating infected patients with the Corona virus, free of cost.


Sometimes ago, the Portuguese legend expressed his concerns on social pertaining to the on going health crisis, he wrote, “The world is going through a difficult time and demands the utmost care and attention from everyone. Today I am not speaking to you as a footballer, but as a son, as a father, as a human being aware of the latest events that are affecting the world.”


“It is important that we follow the recommendations of the WHO (World Health Organization) and those of governments on how to manage this situation. Protecting human lives is above any other interest. I want to send all my support to all those who have lost a loved one,” he added further.


CR7 who has been in quarantine since last week followimg the diagnosis of his fellow team mate Daniel Rugani, who was tested positive for the virus. But luckily for the Christiano Ronaldo he tested negative for the virus. He said,
“My solidarity for those who are fighting the virus, such as my partner Daniele Rugani, and all my support for the incredible work that medical professionals are doing by putting his life at risk to save those of others,” he said.


So far 169 people have been infected with the virus and no deaths recorded so far, which is far more lenient than their neighbouring country like Spain which has 6400 infected and, 196 deaths.

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