Dybala: 'finally I don't have Coronavirus'

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Dybala: 'finally I don't have Coronavirus'

Dybala: 'finally I don't have Coronavirus' 

Paulo Dybala has denied reports that he has the Coronavirus and has encouraged everybody to remain at home during the pandemic. 

The Juventus forward has been in self-seclusion since a week ago in the midst of reports from South American media that he had COVID-19, a recommendation he calls bogus. 

"We are one major group, no rooting for either, or political hues. The main guidance I need to give everybody is to remain at home, as I am doing," Dybala said on his Instagram account. 

"A bogus talk had showed up about me contracting COVID-19. This isn't the situation, albeit clearly I am complying with the time of intentional confinement like every other person. 

"In the following barely any days, I will know the result of the tests. I trust I don't have the infection, however on the off chance that I do, I'll proceed in isolate. 

"I need to thank the specialists and the medical clinic attendants who are putting their wellbeing in danger yet are giving a mind blowing hand. I likewise needed to welcome individuals who have lost friends and family. 

"Individuals are striving to discover a fix, and I trust you discover it soon so there will be no more cases. 

"In Italy it's spreading rapidly, and we trust it will be settled soon. 

"We should attempt to clarify that this infection isn't to be thought little of, in light of the fact that now we are discussing Italy as the nation in which we are the most contaminated and we don't need this to occur in Argentina, where maybe somebody doesn't comprehend the truth. 

"Be cautious and regard the principles."

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