Liverpool reversed its decision to furlough some non-playing staff, and club CEO Peter Moore apologised to fans on Monday after facing sharp criticism from the government as well as supporters.
"I am disappointed with the players", he added.
"Maybe Daniel Levy is in a situation where he's waiting for players to take salary cuts, so he should do something and try to save money as a businessman".
"If I was there I'd be asking that question and hopefully some of them are, like Harry Kane and Dele Alli".
But staff have already received documents to sign stating they agreed with the pay-cuts and temporary changes to their contracts.
Boris Johnson moved to intensive care after coronavirus symptoms worsen
The Prime Minister's pregnant partner Carrie Symonds has also been suffering from coronavirus but is reported to be on the mend. His meals and official papers were left outside his door, but he continued to chair daily crisis meetings via video link.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho admits it was a mistake to train Tanguy Ndombele against the guidelines set out by the United Kingdom government.
Despite clear advice from the government to avoid going out except for essentials - food shopping, medicines etc - Mourinho was pictured with three of his players on Tuesday, appearing to run a mini-training session in a park in London.
"It's silly. It's not great PR".
O'Hara said of the incident: "I'm really surprised at this moment in time, with the scrutiny Spurs are under, that they've gone to a park in their Tottenham training kit and have done a session running next to each other".
The UK government says members of the public should stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus.