The two-week quarantine caused by the Coronavirus for Real Madrid stars is over – at least officially.
Recall that after the confirmed virus of Real basketball player Tee Tompkins, on March 12, Real Madrid’s football team went into self-isolation quarantine.
Real has confirmed to AS that no other Real Madrid player has a coronavirus. However, for the ‘Royal Club’ players, with the formal end of the quarantine, almost nothing changes. The players are still training in individual programs. Team training is out of the question at this stage.
As you may know, Real Madrid midfielder Tony Kroos has launched the #TonisHomeChallenge on Instagram – doing tricks and encouraging fans to repeat these tricks. Then he awards the best ones among them.
Santiago Bernabeu will be transformed into a medical center
Real Madrid have already officially expressed their desire to transform the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium into a medical center.
The Bernabeu will become a space where special equipment is stored. Daily needs of which is very high in Spain.
Los Blancos also expresses their readiness to provide treatment facilities for patients within the existing infrastructure.
In this way, Real Madrid once again declares war on the pandemic and contributes to the health system in the fight against the virus.
As we already know, Real Madrid have been helping the state in the fight against the Coronavari so far. The Royal Club has officially confirmed that they will give medical centers a considerable amount of specialized equipment. Also, Real Madrid will spend a great deal of money on helping the sick.