Conor McGregor Wednesday announced a € 1 million donation to the Irish hospitals. With his legacy, wants to be the MMA fighter and to contribute to the fight against feline corona virus.
“Today, I donate € 1 million to the protective materials in all of the hospitals in the region of Leinster. For the Irish region, who have been hit the hardest is the writing Activities on Twitter.
The Irish kooivechter cited in a number of hospitals in the region. “St’s. James’s Mater, Tallaght, Beaumont and St. Vincent does a great job. What would the world be without all the brave men and women? God be with you and keep you safe and sound.”
A day earlier, McGregor is still calling for a full moment, in Ireland, in order to further the spread of the flu. Ireland has approximately one thousand infections, the COVID-19-of the virus and nine deaths.
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The 31-year-old McGregor is the most well-known and wealthy Irish sportsman. He has an estimated wealth of more than € 100 million. He has made it clear in January to make a successful comeback after more than a year of absence from the UFC.
as for The UFC, particularly in the United States of america the clip in your browser. Director, Dana White wanted the events as much as possible to allow them to continue. By the united states government have the Fight Night card.
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The corona virus, in short, The corona virus is spread mainly from person to person via a sneeze, and hoestdruppeltjes. The chances that you will become contaminated by surfaces such as door handles is very small. This risk will be reduced if you get your hands washed. You can have the chance to spread substantially reduce, by at least 1.5 metres away from other people. An infected person is infecting on average two to three other people. The precautions that are necessary in order for this to be cancelled. The vast majority of patients have mild (flu-like) symptoms. Almost all the deaths involve the elderly or other vulnerable people, such as cardiovascular, pulmonary or diabetic patients. If anyone have the measures of compliance, while reducing their risks. Read here to find out what precautions you should take.