Christian Pulisic is the latest player to donate to medics on the coronavirus front line
The Chelsea star has promised staff of a US hospital burritos every Saturday
Over 200,000 have died of the infection across the globe
Football stars across the world continue to lend their helping hand to the fight against coronavirus with Chelsea’s Christian Pulisic the latest who has promised to donate burritos to staff at a US hospital.
The 21-year-old will now deliver the meal to those medical workers who he described as ‘amazing people’ at a hospital in the US every Saturday.
Pulisic has personally paid for mountains of Mexican food from Chipotle to be delivered to the hospital where he was born.
According to him, medical workers on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus are the real-life superheroes.
The hospital staff expressed delight at the gesture and this is believed to be a morale booster for them. “To the most important people in PA,” he captioned a photo post where burritos were delivered on Instagram.
“Thank you for your service, dedication, bravery, sacrifice and efforts to get us all ‘back in the game’.
“You are the real-life superheroes and we are all cheering you on. Stay safe!” “We will all be in debt forever to these amazing people who have showed bravery and strength to help us fight this virus.
He is currently recuperating from a lingering back injury is making judicious use of the suspension of the league to assist in local charity.
The 22-year-old is now using his free time to assist charity FreeShare in delivering food to children within the locality as well as families who rely on free school meals.
Free school meal program has been suspended following the shutdown of all schools in Britain due to the rampaging coronavirus.
Rashford shared an emotional experience saying he was toughed having being in such a position as a child as well.
The Blues further stated that their action will not stop them from their charitable activities all through the period of this deadly infection.
It will be recalled that leagues in England, and by extension across the globe have been on suspension due to the rate of lives already lost to COVID-19.