Amir Khan offers 60,000 sq foot property to treat coronavirus patients

He made an offer in a tweet, posted his picture standing in front of his expansive property. He added that the building was to be converted into a wedding hall and retail outlet but he is happy to give his building to convert it into a hospital.

Amir Khan

Boxer Amir Khan has offered to donate his 60,000 square foot, 4 story building to the National Health Services to turn it into a hospital for coronavirus patients. He made a benevolent offer in a bid to address the shortages of hospital beds for coronavirus patients.

He made an offer in a tweet, posted his picture standing in front of his expansive property. He added that the building was to be converted into a wedding hall and retail outlet but he is happy to give his building to NHS to address the shortage of beds.

 

He wrote: ‘I am aware of how difficult it is for the public to get a hospital bed in this tragic time…

‘I am prepared to give my 60,000 square foot 4 story building which is due to be a wedding hall and retail outlet to the NHS to help people affected by the coronavirus. Pls, keep safe.’

 

Amir Khan has been releasing messages for his followers regarding the global pandemic coronavirus. In his video earlier, he urged people to strictly follow safety guidelines to remain safe from coronavirus.

 

He also shared the picture of his newly-born son Muhammad Zaviyar on his Twitter account, with a message to encourage people to stay indoors to control the spread of coronavirus.

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“With the little one Mohammed Zaviyar Khan at home. Stay indoors with your loved ones. It’s getting bad out there with the coronavirus. Me and the little one send our best wishes to everyone,” wrote Amir Khan in a tweet.

 

Amir Khan is among a bevy of celebrities who have signed up to offer services to help the UK government fight the outrageous outbreak of coronavirus in the country.

As of now, UK has reported more than 9,500 coronavirus cases in the country while the number of deaths has jumped from 422 to 463.

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