New contribution from Cristiano’s in the fight against the coronavirus. Jorge Mendes, on behalf of his representatives, including Cristiano Ronaldo, donated 1,500 masks to a hospital in Portugal to fight COVID-19.
The coronavirus crisis, which has already left almost 40,000 deaths worldwide, generates all kinds of signs of solidarity.
One of the most recent, born from soccer, is that of Jorge Mendes, in front of his represented. Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent, among other players, made a new donation for hospitals in his native Portugal.
MENDES AND CRISTIANO, HELPING WITH EVERYTHING
Mendes and his representatives, according to the Portuguese media, donated 150,000 masks to the Santo Antonio Hospital, in Porto.
Previously, the same health center helped him with 1,000 inhalation chambers and 200,000 gowns a week ago. Both Mendes and his most famous client, Cristiano Ronaldo, also helped finance 35 places at the Lisbon North University Hospital Center.
The Lisbon North University Hospital Center is made up of the Santa María and Pulido Valente hospitals. They also funded beds in the Intensive Care Unit for the Santo Antonio Hospital.
THE BALANCE OF THE CORONAVIRUS
As of Monday night, with updated data, Portugal had suffered 140 deaths from the coronavirus. Italy leads the sad world classification of deceased by COVID-19, with 11,591 deaths, followed by Spain, with 7,716.
Around the world there are almost 40 thousand deaths, which has forced governments to order quarantine. The measure serves to curb the spread of the disease, as scientists search for vaccines for cure.