Ronaldo converts his 4-star hotels into temporary hospitals to fight COVID-19
Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has converted all of his hotels in Portugal into temporary hotels to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. He has pledged to cover all the bills of patients and medical personnel.
Ronaldo owns a £165-a-night, four-star hotel in Funchal on his home island of Madeira and a £195-a-night hotel in the Portuguese capital Lisbon as part of his CR7 brand.
The 35 year old went into quarantine after his team mate tested positive for the virus. He is unable to return to Italy because of coronavirus travel restrictions
Portugal has 169 confirmed cases of coronavirus with no deaths