Ronaldo turns his hotels into hospitals for treating Coronavirus patients free of charge

Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo reaffirmed his great interest in society and the service of people, as the legend player decided to convert his hotel chain in Portugal to hospitals to contribute to efforts to combat the spread of the Coronavirus emerging.

Ronaldo decided to transfer the hotels bearing the trademark “CR7” to hospitals to treat patients infected with this virus for free.

Ronaldo also decided to pay the salaries of doctors and workers in these hospitals with his own money.

And Ronaldo, the Italian Juventus striker, sent a message on Friday to all those infected with the emerging “Corona” virus, asking them to pay attention and adhere to health instructions to get out of this crisis facing the world.

“The world is going through a very difficult period that requires the utmost attention and attention from all of us,” Ronaldo said on Instagram.

Ronaldo did not send the message as a footballer, but rather as a person who closely followed the latest developments that affected the whole world. “Protecting human lives must be more important than all other interests,” said Ronaldo.

Juventus, to which Ronaldo is currently playing, belongs to one of the regions most affected by the Coruna virus, where HIV infections are widespread.

“It is important that we all follow the advice and instructions of the World Health Organization and local authorities to deal with the current situation,” said Ronaldo.

Ronaldo traveled to the Portuguese province of Madeira on Monday, and he will stay there with his family, girlfriend, Georgina Rodriguez, and his four children, until the end of the Coronavirus crisis in Italy.

Ronaldo expressed his sympathy for those who lost none of their relatives, and also expressed his sympathy and support for those infected with the Coronavirus, including Danieli Rogani, his colleague in the ranks of Juventus.

Ronaldo also announced his support for the professional medical teams that are fighting the virus and sacrificing their lives to serve the sick.

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