Boxer Amir Khan offers building to treat Covid-19 patients

British-Pakistani boxer Amir Khan has supplied his beneath development luxurious constructing to be was a makeshift hospital amid coronavirus outbreak.

He has supplied the four-story constructing to UK’s National Health Service (NHS) to accommodate COVID-19 sufferers as a part of the nation’s struggle towards the virus.

“I’m conscious of how troublesome it’s for the general public to get a hospital mattress on this tragic time. I’m ready to provide my 60,000 sq. foot four story constructing which is because of be a marriage corridor and retail outlet to the @NHSuk to assist individuals affected by the coronavirus. Please preserve protected,” the boxer tweeted.

Meanwhile, a makeshift hospital is being in-built London which is able to accommodate four,000 sufferers. Around 500 ventilators shall be out there on the facility.

London’s ExCel centre is being transformed into this hospital which is able to solely deal with coronavirus sufferers.

UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged public to ‘stay home’ and cease the unfold of Covid-19. More than 400,o00 individuals have signed as much as be NHS volunteers following a name for assist.

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