Dybala diagnosed COVID-19 positive again in fourth test

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala first confirmed on March 21 that he and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini had contracted COVID-19 after testing positive for the disease

Dybala tests positive for COVID-19 again in fourth test

Paulo Dybala has tested positive for the COVID-19 once again in his fourth test in six weeks, as reported in Mirror. The Juventus forward confirmed on March 21 that he and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini had contracted Coronavirus after his first positive test for the disease.

The news broke in the Spanish programme El Chiringuito. It revels Dybala has had a total of four tests in six weeks after he was diagnosed positive for the first time. The latest test showed him Corona positive with his most recent coming back positive.

It was not exactly confirmed if the Argentinian international had tested positive for all four tests. But the result is worrisome as he is among the three Juventus players to contract the coronavirus along with Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi.

The stylish playmaker recently spoke out about fighting the disease, and explained how he had been struggling to breathe. better, but it seems the forward is struggling to shake the illness.

Luckily [we are] much better, these days we do not have any symptoms. I had stronger symptoms, I got tired very quickly, when I wanted to train, I was short of breath after five minutes. There we noticed that something was not right and through the tests the club did we were told that we were positive.

From there we had more symptoms, such as cough, tired body and when we slept I felt very cold, but from the club they had told us that we were going to be fine so we had to be calm.

Paulo Dybala and Oriana Sabatini, previously on Juventus television channel

Serie A are planning for a comeback after devastated Coronavirus pandemic. The teams including Juventus, are scheduled to return to training on Monday, May 4.

Players would be able to undertake training individually from 4 May, in groups from 18 May, and then we’ll evaluate if there are the conditions to allow the season to be completed.

We need to complete all the discussions to ensure that if we do reach that stage, we’ll do so in the utmost safety and security.

Giuseppe Conte, Prime Minister Italy on easing the lockdown and move into the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic response