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European football stands united against COVID-19 crisis: Ukraine

  • National association and clubs help purchase life-saving medical equipment
  • Association supports self-isolating veteran footballers

Dynamo Kyiv have purchased personal protective equipment (PPE) for health workers, funded ultrasound equipment for the Kyiv Heart Institute and repairs to oxygen systems at Kyiv Clinical Hospital #4
Dynamo Kyiv have purchased personal protective equipment (PPE) for health workers, funded ultrasound equipment for the Kyiv Heart Institute and repairs to oxygen systems at Kyiv Clinical Hospital #4 ©FC Dynamo Kyiv

The Ukrainian Association of Football (UAF) is delivering food and support to veteran footballers who are self-isolating to avoid COVID-19 infection.

The UAF and several leading clubs are also providing financial support to ensure frontline hospitals are better equipped to deal with the rising number of severe COVID-19 cases:

  • Kolos Kovalivka, Vorskla Poltava and PFC Olexandriya have all purchased ventilators for their local hospitals.
  • In addition to purchasing personal protective equipment (PPE) for health workers in hospitals and non-governmental organisations, Dynamo Kyiv has funded ultrasound equipment for the Kyiv Heart Institute and repairs to oxygen systems at Kyiv Clinical Hospital #4.
  • Shakhtar Donetsk’s president, Rinat Akhmetov, is covering the cost of 200 new ventilators and PPE for hospitals.
  • FC Minaj has also supplied PPE to the local Uzhhorod Hospital.

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