ALGIERS, Algeria

Head coach of Real Madrid and former international footballer, Zinedine Zidane, has donated medical equipment to his hometown in Bejaia province, northeast Algeria.

According to an official statement on Thursday, the donation came through the Zinedine Zidane charity foundation.

The equipment included five beds equipped with intensive care devices and artificial ventilation devices to assist the hospitals in their efforts to address the coronavirus spread.

Governor Ahmed Maabed thanked the chairman of the foundation, Ismael Zidane — who is Zidane’s father — for the donation.

Zidane, who was born in Marseille, France in 1972, belongs to a family

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