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Cristiano Ronaldo is doing his bit to help fight against the coronavirus. AFP

Cristiano Ronaldo is doing his bit to help fight against the coronavirus. AFP

Ronaldo and agent Jorge Mendes will fund North Lisbon's University Hospital Centre (CHULN) with two intensive care wings and an intensive care wing in Porto's Santo Antonio hospital, which is part of Porto's University Hospital Centre.

Ronaldo is now in Madeira, having initially travelled back to his home island at the start of the month when his mother was taken ill with a reported stroke.

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The Portuguese pair will donate to not less than two establishments and can give "two intensive care items", with a "capability of 10 beds every" to the College Hospital Centre of Northern Lisbon (CHULN), a gaggle of hospitals within the nation's capital metropolis, a spokesman instructed AFP.

Ronaldo had been freed by then to return to his homeland after seeing his mother suffer a stroke - Maria Dolores has since been released from hospital - and is continuing her recovery in a private medical facility, with her son allowed to turn his attention elsewhere.

As a thank you, the new intensive care unit will also be named after Cristiano Ronaldo and Jorge Mendes.

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Media reports said Ronaldo and Mendes are contributing more than 1 million euros (NZ $1.86m) for the three units. "This equipment includes beds, ventilators, heart monitors, pumps and infusion syringes, essential equipment in the care of critically ill patients with COVID-19".

CHULN now has a capacity of 77 beds.

Juventus ahead Ronaldo has returned to his residence island, which has 11 confirmed circumstances of COVID-19 out of the two, 362 in Portugal.

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