Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin tested positive at Covid after a swab carried out this morning. “Perin was at home with a few lines of fever since yesterday and this morning he tested positive”. Genoa coach Maran announced it. “The team trained regularly and will leave for Naples in the afternoon,” said the coach.
“Positive. Also in the spirit. I’m fine, the symptoms are minimal but I’ll have to cheer from a distance for some time. My past speaks for itself: I’m used to fighting and coming back, stronger and stronger than before!”. So Mattia Perin commented through his profile on Instagram the news of his positivity to Covid-19 receiving in a short time the solidarity of many colleagues.
The Genoa goalkeeper at the moment, as explained by the club “was placed in isolation, as per the protocol in force, under the strict control of the medical staff”.
All negative on the first swab
The swabs to which Genoa players and technical staff were subjected were all negative following the positivity to Covid 19 found in Mattia Perin. All members of the group, as per protocol, will be subjected to new swabs, the results of which will arrive tomorrow morning. In case of confirmation of the negativity, the team will leave for Naples on a charter flight. If positive results emerge, the football league will decide what to do.
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