Cristiano Ronaldo and his agent Jorge Mendes will donate three intensive care models to Portuguese hospitals to assist them address the coronavirus pandemic, native well being officers mentioned on Tuesday. The Portuguese pair will donate to not less than two establishments and can give “two intensive care models”, with a “capability of 10 beds every” to the College Hospital Centre of Northern Lisbon (CHULN), a bunch of hospitals within the nation’s capital metropolis, a spokesman advised AFP. CHULN at the moment has a capability of 77 beds. Mendes and Ronaldo may also donate a unit to the Santo Antonio Hospital of the College Hospital Heart of Porto.
“This can be a crucial funding that features greater than a dozen respirators and different essential tools,” Eurico Castro Alves, director of the hospital’s surgical procedure division, advised newspaper Jornal de Noticias, including the unit would bear their names.
“If essential, Cristiano Ronaldo wish to do the identical in Madeira,” he added.
Juventus ahead Ronaldo has returned to his dwelling island, which has 11 confirmed instances of COVID-19 out of the two,362 in Portugal. The nation has recorded nore than 30 deaths.
He was visiting his mom, who’s recovering from a stroke, when he was positioned in confinement after Juve team-mate Daniele Rugani examined optimistic.
The native authorities mentioned on 12 March Ronaldo confirmed no signs.