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Paulo Dybala Beats Coronavirus After Four Positive Tests, Juventus Confirm Recovery

Juventus star Paulo Dybala has recovered from the coronavirus pandemic after he tested negative recently, a club statement confirmed on social media.

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Juventus star Paulo Dybala has successfully recovered from the coronavirus pandemic after he tested negative recently, a club statement has confirmed. Dybala was one of three Juventus players to have contracted the pandemic, the other two being Blaise Matuidi and Daniele Rugani. While the other two players recovered sooner, Dybala’s struggles continued for more than a month.

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Paulo Dybala recovery: Club confirms recovery report

Earlier, it was reported that Paulo Dybala tested positive for coronavirus for the fourth time since he contracted it in March. Now, a club statement has confirmed that the Argentine international has recovered fully. The Juventus statement revealed that according to the protocol, a double-check for coronavirus was performed on Dybala, which displayed negative results. The player has now recovered and will not be subjected to the home quarantine, said the statement.

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Paulo Dybala recovery: Midfielder speaks on coronavirus struggle

Amid the confirmation of Paulo Dybala’s recovery, the 26-year-old earlier spoke about his initial days of his struggle with the pandemic. He claimed that he displayed stronger symptoms and often felt fatigued. The Argentine further revealed that he felt short of breath during training sessions and felt cold while sleeping, while also claiming that such clear symptoms were visible over a period of time.

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Paulo Dybala recovery: Serie A return date yet to be determined

In positive news towards a possible Serie A return, league players have returned to training with their respective teams. However, Italian Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora has claimed that it is impossible to set a specific date to mark a Serie A return. Italy has been under lockdown for more than a month, with partial reopening done this Monday. 

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