Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the leading football star who has been a pioneer in the cause of charity in favor of cash and medical equipment, supplies to help reverse the Covid-19. He also shared on Instagram personal page asking people to stay home and limit the streets or gathered in crowded areas to avoid the risk of spreading disease.
Ronaldo and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez criticized for birthday party to attend granddaughter CR7, where up to 20 people between the epidemic season Covid-19
Along to the banquet with Ronaldo's mother Dolores Aveiro her brother with his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez. According to the Corriere dello Sport newspaper (Italy), granddaughter's birthday party which has superstar Ronaldo to 20 people attended.
This went against the social order and spacing declared a state of national emergency that Prime Minister Antonio Costa Portugal declared valid until May and Ronaldo made no less subject to criticism from the public.
Worth mentioning that, from Health Services Portugal report now has 10 cases positive for translation Covid-19 was confirmed in the township Camera by lobos, west of Funchal, where the only house that Ronaldo and family are more than 10 km.
Besides CR7, another superstar Juventus was also criticism because large gatherings without masks Leonardo Bunucci last weekend. Martina Zoev - the wife of the Italian midfielder has posted photos organized her husband's birthday to announce Bonucci turned 63.
Bonucci wife accidentally reveals that she and her husband, 63 year old birthday party for the father of the pillars of Juventus midfielder
Many comments from netizens have criticized actions gatherings and non-compliant self-isolation command of Bonucci and his family:
"They have lived together or not? Is it concerned about the ban on moving away from home or while gathering like that?", "Happiness for the rich can be seen like this" "Order must be at home means people should stay home and not congregate, unless he (Bonucci) like to set out the rules according to his own will." - some commentators.