Juventus star tests positive for corona virus
The Argentina worldwide turns into the third Bianconeri participant to check optimistic for the virus because the outbreak worsens in Italy
Juventus ahead Paulo Dybala has confirmed he and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatin have examined optimistic for coronavirus, although he says neither of them are displaying any signs.
The Argentina worldwide was examined for the illness final week and is at the moment self-isolating at dwelling.
“Hello everybody, I simply wished to tell you that we’ve acquired the outcomes for the Covid-19 take a look at and each Oriana and I’ve examined optimistic,” Dybala posted on Twitter.
“Fortunately we’re in good situation. Thanks on your messages.”
A press release on the Juventus websitelearn: “Paulo Dybala has undergone medical exams that revealed a optimistic outcome for Coronavirus-Covid 19. He has been in voluntary dwelling isolation since Wednesday, March 11.
“He’ll proceed to be monitored, following the same old regime. He’s properly and is asymptomatic.”
Dybala is the third Juventus participant to check optimistic for the coronavirus after Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi.
Defender Rugani was the first player in Serie A to contract the virus, together with his optimistic prognosis earlier this month prompting the membership to activate quarantine protocols and ship the complete squad into self-isolation.
It was then revealed on Tuesday that France midfielder Matuidi had also tested positive, although he was exhibiting no signs and later provided a reassuring replace on his situation via an Instagram post.
Juventus have but to return to coaching with Serie A, like the vast majority of the world’s leagues, fully shut down in an try to regulate the unfold of Covid-19.
With no return to motion imminent, the Bianconeri have allowed a lot of their gamers to go away the nation so as to be with their prolonged households, regardless of the nation being in lockdown.
Brazilian ahead Douglas Costa is the most recent participant to be granted permission to return home. Cristiano Ronaldo is again in Madeira, whereas Gonzalo Higuain, Miralem Pjanic and Sami Khedira have been allowed to move for Argentina, Luxembourg and Germany respectively.
Italy is without doubt one of the nations worst affected by the outbreak, prompting the federal government to ban public gatherings and place tight restrictions on motion and journey.