Coronavirus: Samuel Eto’o Plans To Help 100,000 People In Cameroon

Samuel Eto'o formerly played as striker for Barcelona, Inter Milan, Chelsea and the Cameroon National Team

Former Barcelona and Cameroon striker, Samuel Eto’o has said he will distribute supplies to 100,000 people to help support efforts to combat coronavirus in his home country.

Eto’o runs a foundation in the country and has promised that it will be used to “share soaps, sanitisers and several food items to fifty thousand households in four cities – Douala, Buea, Yaoundé and Bafoussam”.

An additional 50,000 protective face masks will also be supplied – specifically for taxi drivers in the country.

“This is a serious humanitarian crisis and only via proper sanitation and the distribution of health kits can we curb the coronavirus,” read a statement from the Samuel Eto’o Foundation.

Cameroon’s government continues to take measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus, including closing down the central African nation’s borders and suspending all sports activities.

There have been almost 850 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 17 deaths in Cameroon.

Eto’o, four-time African Player of the Year, has previously taken to his social media to give fans advice on following World Health Organisation tips on fighting coronavirus.

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source: BBC

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