WITH THREE T-shirts SIGNED
The significant support of Messi to the fight against the Covid-19 in Sudamérica
Published:14/04/2021 - 17:49h
Updated:14/04/2021 - 17:49h
Lionel Messi has given three of his T-shirts signed to the directors of the pharmaceutical Sinovac, attendant of the production of vaccines, after the sending of 50.000 doses for the planteles of first division ascribed to the Conmebol
Lionel Messi has had another exemplary gesture like part of the operation made by the Confederation Sudamericana of Football (Conmebol) in the frame of the pandemia of the Covid-19 that has affected the sport in general already has begun to be combated with the development of the vaccines that have like end eradicate the virus.
The body rector of the balompié in south America carried out a series of negotiations with Sinovac to obtain dose of vaccines for the members of all the staff of the main divisions of each one of his federations ascribed, so much in the masculine teams like feminine.
In accordance with the publication in the social network Twitter of the secretary Gonzalo Belloso, the captain of the FC Barcelona sent three T-shirts autografiadas to the members of the managerial board of the Chinese chemist Sinovac, one of the main immersed companies in the fight against the coronavirus.
Reactions in front of the gesture of Messi
The message of the director left in evidence the satisfaction after the donation by part of the Argentinian: "When announcing the 50.000 doses of the vaccine for Conmebol, want to explain them that the directors of Sinovac manifested his admiration by Lionel Messi, the one who with all predisposition sent us three T-shirts for them. So it also is part of this attainment".
After the agreement with the Asian signature, the Conmebol published that it will receive a total of 50.000 doses that will serve for inmunizar to the players of the first continental divisions: "The immunisation will be focused in the main planteles of the professional football of the tournaments of first masculine and feminine category".