Cristiano Ronaldo Donates 35 Mattresses for the Corona Patient

Cristiano Ronaldo Donates 35 Mattresses
Juventus player, Cristiano Ronaldo. (Photo Source: Ronaldo’s Twitter)

Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is back in helping Portugal fight the coronavirus outbreak. After previously he and his agent, Jorge Mendes, donated various medical equipment. Now Ronaldo donated 35 mattresses with full equipment for three intensive care rooms.

As many as 35 full mattresses were donated by Ronaldo and Mendes to North Lisbon University and Porto Santo Antonio hospitals. Not only is the mattress complete with the best standard donate by Ronaldo. He and Mendes also donated other equipment to support the intensive care room for Covid-19 patients.

Fearing more and more casualties, the Portuguese government has already taken preventative action. In addition, businessmen such as Mendes and Ronaldo also did not want to stand by helping lighten the burden of the Portuguese government.

Jorge Mendes and Cristiano Ronaldo donate:

Entrepreneurs Jorge Mendes and Cristiano Ronaldo will donate two intensive care rooms to North Lisbon University Hospital (CHULN). Each intensive room will have 10 complete mattresses, “said a statement from the CHULN representative, as reported by the Mirror on Thursday (26/03/2020).

The room will also fill with various donations given by Ronaldo and Mendes. The intended equipment such as mattresses, ventilators, heart monitors, infusion needles and various tools to treat critically ill patients from the coronavirus, “added the CHULN representative.

Previously, Ronaldo had already shown his concern over the coronavirus outbreak. On his personal social media, Ronaldo often reminds everyone to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

Currently, Ronaldo is still in his hometown, namely in Madeira, Portugal. He had to isolate himself in his place of residence in Portugal. Because before Italy lock down his country, Ronaldo was visiting his mother.

Therefore, from that day on, all Juventus players ask to isolate themselves at their respective homes. Ronaldo, who was in Portugal, also isolated himself in the mansion he owned.

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