In statements to the British media Standard, Zaha showed his full support for public health: “I have friends who have family members who work on the NHS and my son was born in such a hospital. They were just amazing. If there is anything we can do to help, obviously we were going to do it. Now is the time to defend everyone. “In addition, the footballer urged other hotel chains to repeat his gesture: “Anyone with empty rooms in London must do something. You cannot leave your rooms empty while people are in trouble, as the whole country is. Everyone should reserve their rooms for key workers at this time. “Zaha’s case is not the only one. In England they are already creating funds to raise money. The Welshman Gareth Bale will be the big star of the ‘#CombatCorona’ initiative, which is that, together with other footballers such as the English Luke Shaw or compatriot Daniel James, they will play matches of the FIFA 20 video game that will be broadcast online to contribute financially in the fight against the coronavirus. Soccer players continue to collaborate in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus and help the elderly affected by the crisis. The last one to do it has been Wilfried Zaha, Crystal Palace footballer, who has decided to open all the apartments of which he is a co-owner in London to facilitate the accommodation of all health personnel who reinforce public health.The striker, along with Obi Williams, has more than 50 apartments in the British capital, with between one and three beds each. Thus, the ZoProperties company selflessly offers all doctors a space in their rooms to shelter them in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus in the UK.