The Italian designer Donatella Versace and her daughter Allegra Versace Beck have joined the cause to fight the coronavirus in his native country. The creative director of the famous fashion house that bears his name, and Allegra will make a donation of 200 thousand euros to the intensive care unit of the hospital San Raffaele of Milan city.
This is what has been communicated both through the account of Instagram of Donatella with the publication of a text in which he expressed his support to all the families affected by the COVID – 19 and all the health workers who tirelessly work daily to help curb this terrible epidemic, to date, has claimed the lives of thousands of people.
“In times like these, it is important to be united and to support in all possible ways to all who are in the front line every day fighting to save hundreds of lives. It is for this reason that Allegra and I have decided to make a personal donation of 200,000 euros to the hospital San Raffaele of Milan”, expressed Donatella and Allegra Versace.
Then, added the following words: “Our hearts are with all those who have been affected by this disease and all the doctors and medical staff who have worked heroically and ruthlessly in these weeks in an effort to take care of our loved ones. This is what happens when we, as a society, we need to stay united and care for each other” .
Italy, especially the region of Lombardy, is where up to now more infected and deceased persons with coronavirus has been recorded.
Last Monday, the director of Civil protection Angelo Borelli reported that the country exceeded six thousand dead by COVID – 19. However, it announced that, despite the high number of deaths, had seen a decline in the rate of mortality for the second consecutive day.
“Today is probably the first positive day that we have had in this difficult month”, said for his part, Giulio Gallera, principal officer of health in the northern region of Lombardy.
However, the cases infected people have been increased, and until the Monday 23 of march, the number of positive cases rose to 50.418. Also, Gallera reported that 7.423 patients had been discharged.