Pezzella: “I had the crap of waking up without knowing if I could breathe”

first_imgContagion: “I had that shit, to put it in some way, of thinking: ‘Will I wake up tomorrow without being able to breathe, will I be complicated or not?’. You never know what can happen. I tried to take it easy so as not to convey fear to people who But internally one when one is in bed or looking at the ceiling and begins to think or read news, says: ‘uh, and I’m with this virus, let’s see where it affects, which way it takes you …’ And you also have the fear that being an athlete you have some sequel in your lungs … I don’t know: a lot of questions that one asks oneself. “ First days of quarantine: “We went twice in a row to Udine, which at that time was marked as one of the risk areas. It was two weekends in a row: the first we returned without playing, the second we played, and a teammate started with a little fever. The next day after playing they tell us not to go training anymore and I got a little fever in the afternoon, I was a little weak The next day the same thing And well, I wrote to the doctor He recommended a paracetamol and after that I was fine. But as soon as I woke up the doctor called me and said “Look, one of your colleagues tested positive for the virus, so we are going to the hospital to test you.” We went with another player who was in the same and the next day they told me it was positive. And from there I started this famous 15-day quarantine in which if someone is with you in your house you have to be locked in your room, you cannot have contact of any kind. I was alone, I was locked up but using all gives the house. “Without the family: “It is not easy: I have been locked up in my house in Fiorencia for practically a month. I have complied with the mandatory quarantine of not being in contact with anyone. Today the only thing you can do is go to the supermarket, but thank God we are lucky that They can send us the food home, so I also avoid going because they are huge lines of people, you wait out in the open. “Cured: “Fortunately, everything is gone now, and obviously, once the positive response came, I was very happy. Me and the other two affected players, Vlahovic and Cutrone, have had different symptoms. Where did we get the virus from? No There are many alternatives. Looking back, the only way to get infected is at the club. “ The Argentine defender of the Fiorentina and former soccer player of Betis, Germán Pezzella, You have had a hard time having to deal with the consequences of the coronavirus. Once the virus was overcome, he has granted an interview to the Olé newspaper since Italy where has your experience with the COVID-19.last_img

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