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Toby Alderweireld to donate tablets to hospitals and nursing homes


Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld has pledged to donate tablets to hospitals and nursing homes to help sick people stay in touch with family and friends during the coronavirus pandemic.

The centre-back, who signed a new long-term deal at the club back in December, is planning to buy dozens of electronic devices for those in need with football postponed for the foreseeable future.

“I hope everyone is following the government measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus,” he said in a video on Twitter.

“The virus creates many needs, especially the lack of personal contact.

“The people who are sick can’t see their friends and family.

“My plan is to buy dozens of tablets to give to the hospitals and nursing homes so people can video chat with their loved ones and friends to get through this tough period.

I’m trying to get those tablets to the places where they can help.”

Meanwhile, Liverpool stewards are volunteering to help with crowd control and assisting the elderly with their shopping at supermarkets in the wake of the global pandemic.

Over the past few days images have been shared of chaotic scenes at supermarkets as long queues form for groceries, while a number of branches have introduced restrictions to prevent panic buying during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Liverpool chief executive Peter Moore said his club’s stewards were on hand to help manage the situation.


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