Paulo Dybala: Juventus striker self-isolating after positive coronavirus test

Paulo Dybala Juventus 2019-20

BREAKING: Juventus’ Paulo Dybala, girlfriend test positive for coronavirus

Juventus players Gonzalo Higuain, Sami Khedira, Miralem Pjanic and Douglas Costa have all tested negative and have returned to their native countries to be with their families.

Paulo Dybala has tested postive for the Covid-19 virus, becoming the third Juventus footballer to have tested positive for coronavirus, the pandemic sweeping the globe. "Luckily we are in flawless conditions". "Thank you for your messages and best regards to everyone", the player said on his social media.

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The 26-year-old Dybala said he and his girlfriend, Argentine pop star Oriana Sabatini, both tested positive but are not showing any symptoms.

"Paulo Dybala underwent medical tests that indicated that he tested positive for Coronavirus-COVID19".

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"He has been in voluntary home isolation since Wednesday, March 11. He is well and is asymptomatic".

He is the third Juve player to be confirmed to have the virus, following centre-back Daniele Rugani and France World Cup victor Blaise Matuidi. His partner Oriana Sabatinialso tested positive.

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He pointed out that for a developing country like India with a huge population, coronavirus will not be easy to deal with. Modi requested people above the age of 60 to not venture out of their homes for the next few weeks.

Juventus have yet to return to training with Serie A, like the majority of the world's leagues, completely shut down in an attempt to control the spread of Covid-19.

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