Salah gave an oxygen-ambulance to his village
Sports Desk:  The coronavirus has taken hold in Egypt in the second phase. The country’s star footballer Mohammad Salah has joined the fight against the deadly virus. He donated oxygen cylinders and an ambulance to help the local people in his village in Egypt.
 The 26-year-old Liverpool forward was infected with the coronavirus last November. After recovering, he is walking on the field again. But he did not forget about the people of his village. Mohammed Salah is helping with the epidemic through the Charity Foundation.
 Charity head Hassan Bakr said, “The Mohammad Salah Charity Foundation has received 14 oxygen cylinders. These will help in the treatment of the people of Nagrig (Salah village), even in the surrounding villages.
 Baker himself delivered the oxygen cylinders directly to the patients’ homes. He said Salah had already set up an ambulance unit. It has been working since July 2020. An ambulance is used to take a patient infected with coronavirus to an isolation hospital.
 Salah has close ties to this village, located 130 kilometers from the capital Cairo. He donates ৭ 47,000 to his charity each year.
 The Egyptian government has confirmed that 1,50,853 people have been infected and 6,249 have died since the epidemic began more than 10 months ago. – The News