A spokesperson of Juventus informed CNN: “Dybala is still positive, and it will be communicated when he tests negative.”
They are, of course, talking about Juventus striker Paulo Dybala, who is still positive six weeks after initially contracting the coronavirus (according to the same source).
The Argentine striker was one of the first players to contract Covid-19 from Juventus, along with Italian defender Daniele Rugani and French midfielder Blaise Matuidi.
Dybala had four tests in total. He came out positive for the first two tests but is still awaiting the third and fourth. When each of the tests on Dybala took place is unknown.
Though still carrying the virus, Dybala has made a recovery.
“He’s doing fine now, he’s not getting any problems and he’s even exercising, now he’s waiting for the next two swabs’ tests.” the source said. “Dybala will respect the healthcare system and the length of time it requires. He’s a soccer player and doesn’t get extra treatment.”