Nagoya whale guard confirmed to be infected with new coronavirus

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 Nagoya whale guard confirmed to be infected with new coronavirus


Miyara, 24, also developed fever and headache on the 24th, when his body temperature was 38 degrees. He then underwent a nucleic acid test. He was positive for the new coronavirus on the same day. According to the original plan, miyara should have taken part in the battle of Hiroshima three arrows on the 26th. At present, miyaras temperature has returned to normal (36.8 degrees) and is resting at home. In addition, on the same day, 60 personnel related to miyahawa underwent nucleic acid test, and no infected or close contacts were found. The club facilities will be disinfected on the 26th. Miyara also joined Nagoya from Hiroshima in 2017. Due to injury this season, miyara did not enter the bench for the first time until the 22 th match with Takahashi. Novel coronavirus pneumonia and third novel coronavirus pneumonia infecting Nagoya team were previously confirmed by team forward Kimsaki Mura and Australian goalkeeper Langerak in June. Source: Live Bar, editor in charge: Xu Song_ NS1943

Miyara, 24, also developed fever and headache on the 24th, when his body temperature was 38 degrees. He then underwent a nucleic acid test. He was positive for the new coronavirus on the same day. According to the original plan, miyara should have taken part in the battle of Hiroshima three arrows on the 26th.

At present, miyaras temperature has returned to normal (36.8 degrees) and is resting at home. In addition, on the same day, 60 personnel related to miyahawa underwent nucleic acid test, and no infected or close contacts were found. The club facilities will be disinfected on the 26th.

Miyara also joined Nagoya from Hiroshima in 2017. Due to injury this season, miyara did not enter the bench for the first time until the 22 th match with Takahashi. Novel coronavirus pneumonia and third novel coronavirus pneumonia infecting Nagoya team were previously confirmed by team forward Kimsaki Mura and Australian goalkeeper Langerak in June.