The mexican striker Javier Hernandez participated in a thank-you message to a nurse from California, as part of the initiative “Real Heroes Project“created by various leagues in the u.s. to recognize the work of the medical staff during the pandemic Covid-19.
My heroine is Karlyn McGarry, who is a nurse and is doing a great job for other people, even putting at risk their health and the health of your family by saving that of others. She is a true heroine“he said in a video posted on the social networks Major League Soccer (MLS).
The “Chicharito”, Los Angeles Galaxy player, he wrote the surname of the member of the medical staff on a jersey of the set as a tribute and ended the video with a lengthy applause to the nurse.
—– has been more clutch than our doctors, nurses, & healthcare workers on the frontlines.
Join @CH14_, @JozyAltidore, @luisnani & other star athletes across 14 sports leagues today on #NationalNursesDay in saying thank you to #TheRealHeroes with a post of your own. – pic.twitter.com/80lHSSEUdO
— Major League Soccer (@MLS) May 6, 2020
The u.s. Jozy Altidore and the Portuguese Nani were the other two representatives of the MLS who joined several athletes from 14 different professional leagues such as the NBA, WWE, NFL, among others, that are part of this campaign.
Icons of the sport american fighter John Cenathe quarterback Drew Brees and the footballer Alex Morgan it is also in solidarity with those fighting the coronavirus from the first line, making them a tribute from this week.
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