#CoronaVirus: Paulo Dybala And Girlfriend Tested Positive For ‘COVID-19’
The Argentine becomes the third Bianconeri player to test positive for the global pandemic virus called coronavirus.
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has proven he and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatin have tested positive for coronavirus, although he says neither of them are showing any symptoms.
The Argentine forward was examined for the ailment last week and is presently self-isolating at home.
“Hi everyone, I just wanted to inform you that we have received the results for the Covid-19 test and each Oriana and I have tested positive,” Dybala posted on Twitter.
“Luckily we are in perfect condition. Thanks for your messages.”
A statement on the Juventus website read: “Paulo Dybala has gone through medical assessments that revealed a positive result for Coronavirus-COVID19. He has been in voluntary home isolation since Wednesday eleven March.
“He will continue to be monitored, following the usual regime. He is well and is asymptomatic.”
Dybala is the third Juventus player to test positive for the coronavirus after Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi.
Defender Rugani was the first player in Serie A to contract the virus, with his positive analysis earlier this month prompting the club to prompt quarantine protocols.
It was then revealed on Tuesday that France midfielder Matuidi had additionally tested positive , although he was exhibiting no symptoms and later offered a reassuring update on his circumstance through an Instagram post.
Juventus have yet to return to training with Serie A , like the majority of the world’s leagues, definitely shut down in an attempt to control the unfold of Covid-19.
The Bianconeri have allowed a number of their players to depart the country and be with their families, in spite of the country being in lockdown, with tight government restrictions on movement.
Brazlian forward Douglas Costa is the latest player to be granted permission to return home, joining the likes of Gonzalo Higuain, Miralem Pjanic and Sami Khedira in returning to their home country.