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ANO ROSGONKI together with the Russia Segodnya media group and VTB Bank (PJSC) will hold the Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix campaign “Please breathe!” in support of doctors and volunteers fighting the coronavirus infection COVID-19.

On September 27, before the start of the Russian Grand Prix, the audience on the stand of Daniil Kvyat will wear T-shirts with the words “Please breathe!” and a map of Russia made up of portraits of medical workers and volunteers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

Thus, the organizers of the race and Formula 1 fans will express support to the doctors and volunteers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

Earlier, the action received the support of the country’s sports community in the framework of the matches of the 29th round of the Russian Premier League. Before the start of the matches, players from 14 teams and referees took to the field wearing T-shirts with portraits of the heroes of the action: doctors, nurses, orderlies, paramedics, ambulance workers and volunteers.

“Please breathe!” – a sign of immeasurable human gratitude to those who daily risk their lives to save the lives of others. Anyone can tell about the heroes who live among us – for this you need to fill out the form on the portal breathe.ria.ru.


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