The CoronaVirus Continues to Spread across the World. The Diagnosed Patients from this Contangeous CoronaVirus Spikes after Every Passing day. This Pandemic has SHUT DOWN the whole of Europe and the Country of Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t Safe as well. A News was Circulating on Social Media which stated that Ronaldo had offered his Hotels for the CoronaVirus Infirmary. Cristiano Ronaldo’s Hotels Deny Claims of Turning into COVID-19 Hospitals.
World Governments are Restricting the Movements of Netizens in their Countries. Everything is Lockdown with Minimum Outside Movements, No Public Gatherings. People are taking Every Possible Precaution to tackle Down this Threat.
This Pandemic not just effected the Educational and Work Routines but Sports Activities are also Postponed to avoid Human and Physical Connections. Many Top-Rated European Football Leagues are Postponed until Further Notices.
Recently, Arsenal Boss Mikel Arteta isolated in Quarantine because he was Tested Positive with CornaVirus. Cristiano Ronaldo also tested himself but found out to be clear. So, he Quarantines himself at Stunning Island of his own.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Hotels Deny Claims of Turning into COVID-19 Hospitals
According to Local Media, Lisbon Institution, World Famous Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo’s Hotels in Portugal will Turn into a Makeshift Infirmary for those with CoronaVirus.
However, The Lisbon Accommodation has denied that it has been transformed into a location to help the sick. Spanish publication Marca claimed that the former Real Madrid star was ready to have one of his two hotels turned into hospitals to help combat the pandemic, which has infected over 160,000 people across the globe and has now killed over 6,000.
Star Player Ronaldo Also took to Instagram to speak out on coronavirus.
“I speak to you not as a football player, but as a son, father, a human being concerned with the latest developments that is affecting the world,” the Portugal footballer said.
“Protecting human life must come above any other interests, Ronaldo added in his post. I would like to send my thoughts to everyone who has lost someone close to them, my solidarity to those who are fighting the virus, like my teammate Daniele Rugani, and my continued support to the amazing health professionals putting their own lives at risk to help save others.
The infection is in its early stages in the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s homeland of Portugal, where cases jumped by 76 up to 245 in the last day.