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  • Liverpool's soccer striker Mohammed Saleh has donated oxygen tanks and an ambulance to his home village in the Egyptian region of Gharbia, hoping to help locals in the covert fight as the country battles a second wave of infections.

  • This is Hassan Bucker, the head of the charity founded by the soccer player way also have oxygen cylinders donated by Saleh.

  • We have 14 oxygen cylinders inside the Mohammed Saleh Charity Foundation.

  • These help people in the village often Eldridge as well as those from surrounding villages.

  • I delivered the cylinders to patients, homes filled with oxygen and take them back when they're empty.

  • We also have an ambulance unit built by Mahmoud Saleh, which has been operating since July 2020.

  • Inaugurated by the Guardian mayor.

  • This also helped us during the coronavirus when transporting patients to the quarantine hospital.

  • The 28 year old soccer player tested positive for the virus last November.

  • Saleh maintains deep connections with the small poor village where he grew up, about 80 miles north of Cairo.

  • He donates around $64,000 each year to the Mohammed Saleh Charity Foundation, according to the group.

  • Yeah, Egypt's government has confirmed over 150,000 infections since the start of the pandemic.

  • However, health officials say the rial number ISS likely far higher because of the relatively low rate of Corona virus testing and the exclusion off private test results.

Liverpool's soccer striker Mohammed Saleh has donated oxygen tanks and an ambulance to his home village in the Egyptian region of Gharbia, hoping to help locals in the covert fight as the country battles a second wave of infections.

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