Fernando Alonso and his important donation to Unicef in the fight against the coronavirus
Fernando Alonso has once again demonstrated his desire to help the world fight the coronavirus outbreak with a significant donation to UNICEF
Fernando Alonso has once again demonstrated his desire to help the world fight the coronavirus outbreak with a significant donation to UNICEF. As reported by the NGO, the Asturian has provided 300,000 masks and 4,000 personal protective equipment . He had already joined the campaign days before with the Red Cross promoted by Rafa Nadal and Pau Gasol .
The two-time Formula 1 world champion has been collaborating with UNICEF on numerous humanitarian projects since 2005. He has thus responded to the organization’s public thanks on his social networks: “Thanks to you for the tireless work you always do, as at this delicate moment. With UNICEF we have already purchased such urgent and necessary medical supplies. Any help is little, I I encourage everyone. From an SMS with “UNICEF” to 28028 to visit the UNICEF website “.
In key moments of the Formula 1 driver, the Spanish fans have been there to give their support. Now, Spanish society needs these charitable acts to better cushion the blow of this virus that has shaken the world and there have already been several athletes who have contributed their bit .
The Asturian was also in the news a few days ago for his criticism of the Government of Spain and his management of the coronavirus crisis, through his Instagram. “I am stunned. That we will react as the health emergency evolves. Is it going to be different in Spain? That people with symptoms avoid going out onto the streets. What about the others? To the park or the bars? That each Autonomous Community decide. You don’t catch your fingers or want to, “said the two-time Formula 1 world champion.
“We continue to lag behind other countries in terms of measures, many half. We will need individual responsibility, we cannot collapse the health service, it is not just for not getting sick, it is for not infecting. It is not a personal matter, it is a team effort. Everyone’s, “added the Asturian pilot.