Lionel Messi: Barcelona forward makes €500,000 donation for coronavirus fight in Argentina

Lionel Messi: Barcelona forward makes €500,000 donation for coronavirus fight in Argentina

- Lionel Messi has once again assisted in the fight against coronavirus

- More than 300 people have died from the infection in Argentina

- Messi earlier promised to give a total of around €1million as a way of supporting medics

The Barcelona playmaker has once again shown his legendary status as he made a whopping donation of €500,000 to help in the fight against coronavirus back home in Argentina.

Messi earlier promised to give a total of around €1million as his own way of helping to contain the pandemic with half of the money earlier donated to the Barcelona Hospital Clinic and the rest dedicated to medical facilities in his homeland.

It has been confirmed that the Argentine captain has released the sum of €500,000 to the Fundación Garrahan for their campaign “Juntos por la salud argentina” (Together for Argentine health).

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“We are very grateful for this recognition of our work, which will allow us to continue with our commitment to public health in Argentina," said Dr. Silvia Kassab, executive director of the Fundación Garrahan.

Meanwhile, Barcelona players have been given the green light to resume training after coronavirus tests carried out on all the players came back negative on Thursday, May 8.

The Catalans have all been on lockdown since March due to the threat of the virus which has killed many people in Spain and other parts of the world.

According to the report on Goal, no Barcelona player tested positive to the virus with only France international Ousmane Dembele the man who did not go for the test.

That is because the former Borussia Dortmund winger is currently recuperating from injury and his own test should be done next week Monday.

Although there have not been an official date to when the Spanish League will resume, but the players and clubs are hopeful of possible return soon.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome questions search for COVID-19 vaccine as he hits at pastors that agreed to shutting down churches earlier reported that players of Spanish giants Real Madrid have reportedly being cleared for possible return to training after all of them tested negative to deadly coronavirus.

Los Blancos' stars and even their manager Zinedine Zidane and other staffs are reported to have been tested on Wednesday before their results came out negative on Friday, May 8.

According to the report on ESPN, Real Madrid are now on the verge of returning to active training on Monday, May 11.

Real Madrid stars have been on lockdown at their various houses since March in which they have been training on their own.

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