- Cristiano Ronaldo wants the world to stay safe from coronavirus
- Ronaldo enjoined everyone to stay at home during the challenge
- The Juventus star is currently in Portugal with his family
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has begged the entire world to isolate themselves by staying at home as the fight against deadly coronavirus continues.
Coronavirus has been a serious threat to all humans in the world considering the number of people it has killed and those on hospital beds.
For now, there has been no cure for the bug as tension and panic grow everywhere in the world on what the future holds.
Some of Cristiano Ronaldo's teammates at Juventus have contracted the virus as others have gone on isolation.
Cristiano Ronaldo luckily traveled to Portugal with his family before the likes of Matuidi and Paulo Dybala tested positive to the virus.
And since he got to Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo has refused to fly back to Italy so as for him to stay with his family in Madeira.
While speaking on his social media account, Cristiano Ronaldo urged everyone to stay at home and help all the health workers who are looking for solution to the disease.
''In this difficult moment for the whole world, let’s be thankful for the things that matter, our health, our family, our loved ones. Stay home and let’s help all the health workers out there fighting to save lives,''. Ronaldo explained.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez were spotted in Funchal, where the couple observed their 14 days isolation.
The 35-year-old came in contact with Danielle Rugani who tested positive for deadly coronavirus earlier in the month when they defeated Inter Milan 2-0.
A goal each from Aaron Ramsey and Paulo Dybala ensured the Old Lady claimed maximum points at the end of the game which was played behind closed doors.
Instead of staying in Italy, Ronaldo flew back to his home country, Portugal, to lock himself away from other people so as not to spread the virus.
Ronaldo and his spouse were strolling with the duo pushing baby-strollers near his home and other passerby immortalised them according to Sky Sport Italy.
Reports claim that Portugal has been on lock-down since March 18 and this is not expected to be lifted until the 2nd of April.
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