Tottenham star Alderweireld buys iPads and laptops to help coronavirus victims

first_imgThe government has asked all pubs, clubs, theatres and gyms to close, with the British public advised to implement social distancing.However, some individuals have chosen to ignore the strict advice, potentially putting thousands of lives in danger – something Vertonghen is clearly not happy about.Best coronavirus memes – People are finding entertainment wherever they can during self-isolation 3TOBY ALDERWEIRELD is buying up iPads and laptops to help coronavirus victims keep in touch with concerned friends and relatives.The Spurs defender has joined the groundswell of footballers keen to help out in the fight against the global pandemic.⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates3 Alderweireld is doing his bit to help coronavirus victims stay in contact with loved ones by buying them laptops and iPads. More than 5,000 people have contracted the virus in the UKCredit: AFP or licensorsAnd he has urged his 675,000 social media followers to follow the government guidelines to slow the spread of the crisis.Belgian international Alderweireld said: “The virus creates many needs, especially the lack of personal contact for the people who are sick and can’t see their families.“My plan is to buy dozens of tablets to give to the hospitals and nursing homes so people who are isolated can video chat with their friends and loved ones to get through these tough periods.“So in the next few days and weeks I will be trying to get those tablets to the places where they can help.”And I hope that anyone who can spare or give anything they can will also help a little bit the people in need to still see their families and friends. Because that will help a lot.“I hope that everyone is following the government measures to stop the further spread of the coronavirus. Stay strong together.”Alderweireld’s support for victims of the deadly bug comes as his Spurs team-mate Jan Vertonghen called for people to be fined for violating protection measures.3The Belgian centre-back took to social media to express his views with the football season having ground to a halt due to the spread of the outbreak.And Vertonghen believes any fines brought against individuals breaking the rules should paid back into the NHS.He tweeted: “Should fine big time for everyone who’s not respecting the protection measures and give the money back to NHS, doctors, nurses, key workers etc… #SocialDistancing.”Should fine big time for everyone who’s not respecting the protection measures and give the money back to NHS, doctors, nurses, key workers etc… #SocialDistancing— Jan Vertonghen (@JanVertonghen) March 22, 2020last_img

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