MILAN – “Many people think that my words have been strong. I think my words were light and not strong enough. " In an interview with the Financial Times, Steven Zhang comments on his attack on Instagram to the president of the Serie A Paolo Dal Pino, regarding the Coronavirus emergency. "Shame on you, you're a clown," wrote the president of Inter in recent days on social media.
"Words are never too many when it comes to the protection of public health": so today in London Steven Zhang explained his attack on the president of the League, Paolo Dal Pino. "When we were asked to postpone the match (against Juventus, ed) by a single day, from a moral point of view I thought it was completely wrong – the words of the president of Inter -.
Anyone could see how successful the (containment of the virus) procedures in China have been.
I believe that safety and the protection of public health are the most important thing. There can be no compromises in this regard. And the new measures adopted by the Italian government go in this direction ".
Inter, Steven Zhang has donated € 100,000 to the Sacco hospital in Milan.
Inter president Steven Zhang has announced to ANSA the donation of 100,000 euros to the Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences "L. Sacco ”in Milan, directed by Prof. Massimo Galli.
“Inter – explains n.1 nerazzurro – has an indissoluble bond with the city of Milan and is proud of the dedication with which all the staff of the Sacco Hospital is dealing with the exceptional situation. Since the start of the Coronavirus emergency, we have followed the evolution of the situation with particular attention and apprehension, both as a Club and as a shareholder, pointing out in all the locations that the only priority was public health and safety. It is for this reason that FC Internazionale Milano feels the duty to support the Sacco Hospital, "concludes the club president.
In the intentions of Inter and its president, the donation is functional to support the research activities, the flagship of the Department, a "structure of excellence" that distinguished itself for having identified the first three complete genomes obtained from the isolates Italian SARS-CoV-2 circulating in Lombardy. (source ANSA).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano