The Italian Champion, Juventus has confirmed Paulo Dybala recovery from COVID-19 and is no longer required to isolate at home.
Paulo Dybala performed, as per protocol, a double check with diagnostic tests (swabs) for Coronavirus-Covid 19, which came back with negative results. The player has, therefore, recovered and will no longer be subjected to the home isolation regime – Juventus.
He was reportedly, to have tested positive for the forth time in six weeks on 29th of April.
Football fans around the world Celebrates the Argentine for testing negative.
The Argentine striker was initially diagnosed with Covid-19 in March but has now recovered from the virus.
Dybala revealed he and his girlfriend were dealing with the virus in an Instagram post March 21. He said they were “in perfect conditions” despite testing positive.
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Following his negative test, Dybala once again took to Instagram to relay the news to his followers.
Italy has been one of the hardest hit countries in Europe, with over 200,000 confirmed cases and over 30,000 confirmed deaths. Restrictions have just begun to ease across the country, which includes Serie A, as clubs have resumed extraordinarily limited training sessions. Team sessions cannot start until May 18 at the earliest, according to comments made by Italy’s sports minister.
A number of Juventus stars returned to the club’s training ground to prepare for Serie A’s potential return on Monday and Dybala will hope to join up with his teammates soon.
Cristiano Ronaldo remains absent, having been placed in quarantine for 14 days following his return to Turin from Madeira.
Leagues and competitions everywhere have been forced to postpone games, while Euro 2020 has now become Euro 2021 as European governments battle to slow the spread.
The virus does not discriminate and footballers, despite being incredibly fit athletes, are just as susceptible to getting the coronavirus as anyone else.