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Wolves donate coronavirus supplies to public health services

22 Mar 2020
Wolves donate to health services

Premier League club and ownership group Fosun have delivered 2,300 pieces of protective equipment to the city of Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton Wanderers and their ownership group Fosun have made a donation of protective equipment to the city to support its efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

Fosun Foundation, the charitable arm of Wolves' owners Fosun International, procured a cargo of 500 tape-sealed 'red-zone' coveralls, 800 medical coveralls and 1000 N95 masks.

The donation plan and consignment were coordinated by Wolves Foundation at Molineux on Friday and were distributed to The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and Public Health teams to support and protect front-line services. 

The delivery marks the seventh batch of medical supplies shipped out to overseas regions under Fosun's 'Global Covid-19 Relief Programme'.

"Our health and community care staff are working extremely hard to protect us against the Covid-19 outbreak, so it is so important that we do our bit to support them," Wolves executive chairman Jeff Shi told the club's official website.

"The football may have stopped temporarily, but Wolves remains an important part of our local community, and we will fight on with the people of Wolverhampton, and do all we can to support our doctors and community workers, until we win the battle against the virus."

See: Coronavirus: How clubs are helping their communities

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