Ronaldo’s Hotel Denies the Coronavirus News – We Are a Hotel and We Won’t Become Hospital

Brought in by false news by a Spanish Publication, Marca, the news said, the hotels owned by the all-time legend and Juventus Forward Cristiano Ronaldo will be turned into the COVID-19 help centers or hospitals where people with coronavirus can get help.

According to Marca, all CR7 hotels will be turned into Coronavirus help centers which will be supported by Cristiano Ronaldo himself.

But, Ronaldo’s hotel from Lisbon has declined the possibility of such a thing and they have not been informed about the same by the owners. The spokesperson from the hotel mentioned, “We are a hotel. We are not going to be a hospital. It is a day like everyone else, we are and will remain a hotel. We are being phoned by the press. I wish you a nice day.” according to goal.com

Not supporting the rumors about the CR7 hotels, Filipe Caetano, a Portugal journalist said the information posted ‘is false’ and urged people not to fall for any such event.

Portugal itself has more than 200 confirmed cases of infected people with the disease, while the star himself has been quarantined in Madeira when it was revealed that his Juventus member Danielle Rugani was found positive.

The 35-year-old sent a message to his fans on social media: “The world is going through a very difficult moment which demands the utmost care and attention from all of us.”

“I speak to you today not as a football player, but as a son, father, a human being concerned with the latest developments that are affecting the whole world. It is important we all follow the advice of the WHO (World Health Organization) and the governing bodies on how we handle this current situation. Protecting human life must come above any other interests. 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 team-mate Daniele Rugani, and my continued support to the amazing health professionals putting their own lives at risk to save others.”

Until now, the total deaths are 6,500 amongst 1,70,00 positive cases worldwide.

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