Currently, the World is affected by The Novel Coronavirus Pandemic ‘COVID-19’ and daily many people are losing their lives due to the same. All over the World, Sports Federations and athletes are contributing their bit to help their country in the fight against this pandemic.
The Women football team of England also joins this list by donating some funds to the Players Together fund to help the National Health Services (NHS) in response to the fight against Coronavirus pandemic.
“The Senior England Women’s football squad, otherwise known as the Lionesses, have been discussing the best way in which we could offer our support to the NHS and its frontline staff over the past few weeks,” the England women’s team said in an official statement.
“After discussions with a number of Premier League players, we are delighted to confirm that the whole of the Lionesses squad will make a collective donation to the #PlayersTogether fund, partnering with NHS Charities Together, in unison with the Premier League players in order to support the amazing NHS. Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save Lives,” it added.
Recently, Premier League players had launched this initiative Players Together Fund which has an aim to help the NHS.
This initiative is partnered with the NHS Charities Together – an organisation for more than 150 registered charities to assist in raising and distributing funds for the fight against COVID-19 in the UK.
World wide, around 2,000,066 people are tested positive, 484,597 people are cured and over 126,750 people are died due to Coronavirus pandemic and specifically in UK so far, over 12,000 deaths are reported, according to Worldometer.