COVID19: Ronaldo warned, ‘No one is above the law


As the Covid19 lock down order is still in  place, Christalno Ronaldo has been warned that he has no  “no privilege” when it comes to obeying the lock down rules.

The  five-time Ballon d’Or winner was  Always spotted training  at Madeira’s national stadium even when others residents were told to remain indoors.

The Juventus star chose to remain in his native Portugal after seeing his mother suffer a health scare and Juve grant permission for a number of senior stars to remain away from Turin.

Ronaldo was far from the only person in attendance at those training sections and Madeira’s regional secretary of health, Pedro Ramos, has urged a global superstar to set a good example for others when it comes to social distancing.

He told reporters: “Ronaldo has no special permission to train.

“Cristiano Ronaldo has the right to train as long as he respects the rules like all citizens, there is no privilege.

“All citizens can leave the house and do so, as long as they do not cause gatherings and maintain a safe distance during the exercise. Therefore, Ronaldo did what we have seen.