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U2 donate €10 MILLION in personal protective equipment for Irish healthcare workers

The first shipment arrived on Tuesday

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U2 have donated €10 million in personal protective equipment for healthcare workers in Ireland.

The Irish band are helping frontline workers as they continue to fight the COVID-9 crisis.

According to RTE the first part of their shipment arrived on Tuesday, with a large consignment of medical supplies arriving in Dublin airport.

Irish aircraft leasing company Avolon had offered one of its planes to the HSE so the large cargo could be delivered.

Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen are the latest stars to contribute to the crisis.

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Conor McGregor was the first Irish celebrity to pledge his assistance, donated €1 million worth of medical equipment to Irish hospitals.

Other celebrities that have given funds to help the pandemic fight worldwide include Kylie Jenner, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. Rihanna, Madonna, Arnold schwarzenegger and more.

See all the big donations so far right HERE.

On this week’s episode of The Gosscast we’re talking about celebrities who are donating their millions to help in the Coronavirus crisis and the serious drama on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

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