PSG Release ‘All Together’ Jersey To Aid Healthcare Professionals During Coronavirus Crisis

Paris Saint-Germain continues to lend its support to those on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19.

On Thursday, the club announced the launch of a special “Tous Unis” (All Together) jersey featuring the logo of Assistance Publique – Paris Hospitals, the Greater Paris University Hospitals, and 100,000 healthcare staff.

The special edition shirt is available on PSG’s online store and costs €175 each. All proceeds will go to Assistance Publique – Paris Hospitals.

“We cannot be grateful enough for the tremendous and courageous work that healthcare staff are doing every day to deal with this emergency,” PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said.

“These extraordinary women and men are an example to us all. The struggle will be long, and the Club would like to help them with what they need most of all: to rest, eat and share a few moments of comfort with their loved ones.”

At the time of publication, only size small remained in stock, indicating that the shirt has been very popular with PSG fans looking for a way to help those fighting against the coronavirus.

PSG also recently made a €100,000 donation to the Secours Populaire Français charity amid the health crisis.

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