Over the past few days, multiple reports were doing the rounds that the Juventus striker had made a decision to turn his hotels into hospitals to help people from his country battle the virus.
Midfielder "Juventus" and the national team of Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo is serving a quarantine for pandemic coronavirus in their native island of Madeira, where I went to visit stroke mother Dolores Aveiro and on the occasion of the birthday sisters. People who are tested positive for the coronavirus can get treatment in those hotels free of charge from next week.
"We are a hotel".
He recently posted on his Instagram: "The world is going through a very hard moment which demands the utmost care and attention from all of us". It is a day like everyone else, we are and will remain a hotel, " the staff member added.
"We are being phoned by the press".
Meanwhile, Ronaldo is now self-quarantined in Madeira where he was born.
Despite the fact Ronaldo is now 35, and arguably already past his peak years, his goalscoring ability has not slowed down, and he has netted a hugely impressive 21 goals in 22 games in Serie A this season.
"The world is going through a very hard moment which demands the utmost care and attention from all of us", Ronaldo wrote in a post on social media. "I speak to you today not as a football player, but as a son, father, a human being concerned with the latest developments that are affecting the whole world".
And while Ronaldo was cleared of the virus, there were some who were not as lucky. Daniele Rugani tested positive for the coronavirus last March 11 together with girlfriend, Michela Persico.
"Protecting human life must come above any other interests".