reproductionPSG launched exclusive shirts to help Paris hospitals amid the Covid-19 pandemic

O Paris Saint-Germain put on sale this Thursday a limited series of T-shirts whose profits will go to the 100,000 professionals in Paris public hospitals for the effort they are making in the face of epidemic of the new coronavirus.

The 1,500 T-shirts, which can be purchased at a price of 175 euros (about R $ 960) at the French club's online store, combine the colors of PSG with those of the organization AP-HP, which groups public hospitals from the Paris region, and the message “Tous Unis” (All United) is recorded.

All money raised will be paid to Public Assistance at Paris Hospitals (AP-HP) for actions on behalf of its employees, PSG said in a statement released today.

The president of the French club, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, said that, like the millions of French people who applaud them every night at 8 pm (local time), “we are all united with them and will remain so tomorrow, when this crisis has passed”.

“The fight promises to be a long one and the club wants to contribute to offering concrete help in response to its priority needs, resting, eating and sharing some moments of recovery with loved ones,” said Al-Khelaifi, specifying that this is the first initiative of this like, to which others will join in the coming days.

* With information from EFE


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