Personal Protective equipment paid for by Conor McGregor arrives at Irish hospitals
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Personal Protective equipment paid for by Conor McGregor arrives at Irish hospitals

THE PERSONAL protective equipment paid for by Conor McGregor has arrived in hospitals across Ireland, it has been confirmed. 

McGregor announced he was purchasing €1million worth of PPE last month to support the efforts of frontline healthcare workers across the Emerald Isle. 

Now, entrepreneur Doug Leddin has announced the essential equipment bought by the Notorious has been delivered to a number of Irish hospitals. 

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He wrote on Twitter: "What a day! @TheNotoriousMMA made over €1 million available for sourcing and purchasing PPE equipment and with the driving force of @GalwayLeahy and assistance of @Heroes_Aid we delivered 50,000 ffp2 masks across Ireland today to our every day superheros. Kindness from everyone." 

McGregor has also shared pictures of the equipment arriving at several hospitals in Ireland. 

The Notorious announced last month that he was making the donation. 

"Today I am purchasing myself, €1 million euro worth of personal protective equipment to be deployed to all the fighting hospitals in the Leinster region,” he said. 

"Our most affected region, to this date. St. James, Mater, Tallaght, Beaumont, Vincent's. 

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"Where we would be without those brave men and women, I do not know. May God bless over them and keep them safe!"