Michael Murphy has kindly sponsored a set of fleece jackets to 'frontline' workers fighting Covid-19.
A 'drive-thru' coronavirus testing facility opened at the nearby O'Donnell Park yesterday and Michael Murphy Sports and Leisure have shown their support for the medical team who will be carrying out tests at the back of the main stand from 8am to 8pm daily.
The sportswear shop, run by the Donegal captain himself, is temporarily closed to protect customers and staff from the virus outbreak but its online store remains open - www.michaelmurphysports.ie
A special mention must also go to the St Eunan's GAA club for offering their facilities up the HSE and the volunteers helping out with traffic management.
A thoughtful gesture by Michael Murphy who sponsored some fleeces for some of the frontline workers at the community test centre in Letterkenny. A great leader on and off the field . 💪💪#SocialDistancing #ItsInOurHands pic.twitter.com/Bn3OfyKajF— Official Donegal GAA (@officialdonegal) March 26, 2020
A symbol of how communities are in the vanguard of the fightback against #COVID19 in The Republic. Drive-thru Testing tents set up at @StEunansGAA, O'Donnell Park, Letterkenny. GAA volunteers will work 4 hour shifts to support the emergency response. pic.twitter.com/TWXys4Dzxa— Kevin Sharkey Pull Together - Stay Apart. (@tv_KevinSharkey) March 25, 2020