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the Spanish football club Almeria, who play in the second division of the country, will donate 1.2 million euros to combat coronavirus infection COVID-19, which only in Spain died 1725 people.

As reported citing Mundo Deportivo, 300 thousand will be spent on food for the needy, 200 thousand designed for health care workers, another 100 thousands will be spent on assistance for those who have lost their jobs and the volunteers who help to cope with the consequences of the infection.

?Comunicado Oficial:
A petición del dueño de nuestro club, el Sr. @Turki_alalshikh, la UD Almería ha decidido aumentar la donación en:
– 300.000€ en comida para los más necesitados
– 200.000€ para los sanitarios

— UD Almería (@U_D_Almeria) March 21, 2020

Former captain of Roma, ex-Italy national football team, Francesco Totti made a great contribution in the fight against coronavirus – “Emperor of Rome” acquired for a hospital 15 medical devices for monitoring vital signs of patients, and Bayern forward Robert Lewandowski donated to fight the infection one million euros.

Also contributed to the fight against the spread COVID-19 Russian businessman, the owner of London “Chelsea” Roman Abramovich who provided rooms hotel club stadium Stamford bridge employees of the National health service (NHS).

Recall, the outbreak of pneumonia caused by a coronavirus, a new type was recorded in the Chinese city of Wuhan at the end of 2019. To date, the virus has spread to 188 countries and territories. Ill be at this for pRadka 308 thousand people, of which 13 thousand died.