CONOR MCGREGOR has continued his charitable work during the coronavirus pandemic by delivering PPE to 165 different locations.
The Notorious has already donated £920,000 of his own cash to provide hospitals with face masks and other necessities to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
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McGregor, 31, took to social media to show that he is continuing to play his part by sharing pictures of his contribution.
The UFC superstar can be seen unloading boxes from a van and delivering them inside Irish hospitals along with volunteers.
It is claimed there were around 50,000 items of PPE supplied by McGregor in total.
Alongside the images he wrote the caption: “28 counties. 165 locations. 18 vans. A real solid day for the team! Tomorrow we go again. Thank you all involved!”
McGregor also took the time to speak to nurses while maintaining social distancing.
Ireland have 23,401 confirmed cases of Covid-19 with 1,497 recorded deaths.
Last month he visited Crumlin’s Children’s Hospital to drop off vital equipment and meet with staff.
The former UFC featherweight and lightweight has shown off his softer side during the pandemic after arch-enemy Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father was taken critically ill.
Following reports Abdulmanap was placed in a coma after suffering complications with pneumonia, he tweeted: “Praying for the recovery of Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov.
“A man responsible for more world champions, across multiple fighting disciplines, than we even know.
“A true martial genius! Very saddened upon hearing this news tonight.
“Praying for the Nurmagomedov family at this time.”
It comes just days after McGregor blasted “scurrying, hiding rat” Khabib as he also claimed the 31-year-old will “bottle” out of defending his belt against newly crowned interim champion Justin Gaethje.
But it appears the Irishman has put rivalry aside to pay respect to Abdulmanap, who is in a Moscow military hospital after being taken from Dagestan to the Russian capital via a “special flight”.
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