The Andrés Iniesta’s family has donated twenty beds to the ‘El Perpetuo Socorro’ hospital Albacete and is managing the arrival ‘of more material to collaborate with the cause, “as he has stated to Efe José Antonio Iniesta, father of the natural footballer from Fuentealbilla.The father of the former Barcelona player has reported that they have been working “more than a week” in the collection of medical supplies to try to “help in any way possible”, although he has remarked that “they do not” want to “advertise the amounts” they donate. “We do it because we understand that by having possibilities we must help to avoid more deaths.”José Antonio, who manages the winery installed in his native town, Fuentealbilla, explained that it continues to work to create wine, although, due to the circumstances, they now dedicate “80% of the time to making calls and managing the arrival of material to donate it to the hospital”. In fact, has confirmed that he is in direct contact with the chief of emergencies at the Albacete hospital, Joaquín Payá, who is asked daily what is the most urgent thing they need to try to solve the problems they are currently facing.José Antonio and his son Andrés are in charge of establishing the contacts and, according to the father of the former Spanish international, the Albacete health professionals demand “FP2 masks, waterproof material to make hydroalcoholic gowns, gloves and gels.”“We have tried to buy respirators but it is very difficult to get them because there is a great demand. We will keep trying because having or not having them can cause deaths “, he pointed.Andrés Iniesta’s father did not want to reveal the amount of material they are requesting. “We are not going to make it public because we do not want publicity; when we have a wine we will call the media to make it known, but now we only try to help and ask for what the health professionals tell us they need,” he concluded.
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