Liverpool and Senegalese forward Saido Mane has donated a whooping £41,000 to a health
organization fighting the spread of coronavirus in Senegal as the West African nation comes
to grips with the global pandemic.
The good gesture was disclosed by Sadio Mane’s agent who spoke to BBC noting that the
CAF player of the year made the donations ‘spontaneously’
Mane also took to social media to tell Senegalese people to take the virus ‘extremely
seriously’, before giving them tips on how to avoid the disease by applying ‘disinfectant or
wash their hands for at least 30 seconds’.
Senegal has 27 confirmed cases of the deadly virus, with two recoveries as they join the
rest of the world in fighting the pandemic disease.
The English Premier League has also been suspended after some players tested positive to
Chelsea forward Callum Hudson Odoi is one of the high profile name in the league that has been quarantined.