Many players and clubs of England are helping at their own level for patients suffering from coronavirus. Indian player PV Sindhu has paid Rs. Donated
Dainik Bhaskar Mar 27, 2020, 12:13 AM IST London. When all professional sports around the world are closed due to coronavirus, many England players and clubs are helping at their respective levels. Some clubs have opened their stadiums to the National Health Service (NHS). At the same time, some cricketers have converted their pubs into restaurants and grocery stores. These cricketers are also providing free-delivery service to people above 70 years of age and those associated with the health sector. Broad has changed its pub into a grocery store in Upper Broughton and Harry Garnay in Melton Mowbray. He has also opened the pub's restaurant, from where people can take food.
Broad says, "In this difficult time we have a chance to help our people." We are extremely careful. ”Football clubs have opened their stadiums for the National Health Service. People connected to the Health Service can remain patient at the stadium located near Watford General Hospital in the Premier League club, Watford. They have also provided childcare facilities. The Chelsea Club has allowed hospital staff to stay at its Millennium Hotel. League One Club Ipswich, rugby club Leister Tigers, county teams Durham and Kent have also offered to give their stadiums and grounds.
McGregor has also given Rs 8 crore to British boxer Aamir Khan for help. He has offered his 60,000 square feet 4-storey building to the Health Service and patients. Mixed martial artist Conor McGregor has given one million euros (about 8 crores rupees) to buy equipment for hospital staff.
While Sindhu donated Rs 10 lakh, Indian badminton player PV Sindhu has donated Rs 5-5 lakh to the CM Relief Fund of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Tennis star Sania Mirza is starting a fund raising campaign to help daily salaried employees. Meanwhile, the Mumbai Cricket Association has contributed Rs 50 lakhs to the CM Relief Fund.