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Dybala shares first words after coronavirus scare

Paulo Dybala shares first words after recovering from coronavirus

March 27, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
The Argentine described his feelings before and after he was diagnosed with the disease, while thanking his fans for keeping him and his girlfriend their prayers.

Paulo Dybala can be called a coronavirus survivor, and he decided to share the details of the disease and how the virus affected him and his girlfriend.

Speaking to Juventus TV, Dybala revealed how he identified the symptoms and urged everyone to stay alert in order to prevent the further spread of the disease.

"I'm doing much better after the first harsh symptoms faded away a few days ago. I'm OK now, I'm trying to go back to training, because I was not able to do anything when I picked up the disease," Dybala said.

The Argentine ace revealed that a training session was key to know what was going on, while also referring to his girlfriend's current status.

"I felt a massive shortness of breath, I was not able to do anything. I felt tired after five minutes of training, and my muscles were quite sore. Luckily, my girlfriend and I are doing much better now," Dybala added.

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