More cases in Nadal’s team: Moyà also tests positive

Carlos Moya, along with Rafa Nadal, during a training session at the Internazionali BNL D'Italia, the Masters 1,000 in Rome in 2021.

Coronavirus cases continue in Rafa Nadal’s team after the tennis player announced on Monday that he tested positive in the PCR test that was carried out on his return to Spain after playing the Abu Dhabi exhibition tournament.

This Tuesday it was Nadal’s coach, Carlos Moyà, who announced that he had tested positive and that, in addition, he had suffered some of the symptoms of the disease. “Good morning everyone. I wanted to tell you that I have also tested positive for COVID. On Sunday, upon landing in Mallorca, and with some symptoms, I tested negative for antigens.. A few hours later, when a positive was confirmed in the equipment, I went to do PCR and I tested positive. I am vaccinated with 2 doses and the symptoms have been quite strong in the last 24 hours, although without having to go to the hospital. Now I am much better, I hope the worst is over. “

As a result of his case, Moyà asks people to be aware of the increase in cases and is sure that had it not been for the vaccine, the situation could have been worse. “Be careful on these dates, do not trust only the result of antigens if it is negative, nor that the symptoms are mild. In my case it has not been like that, and many of those I know, the same. Fever, headache, sweating, pain all over the body and chills have been my symptoms. Surely the vaccine has helped not to get worse or have to visit the hospital. “

Finally, Moyà ensures that these symptoms have passed and that it is not a normal flu. “All this I have neither read nor been told, it has happened to me these days. If I did not know what I have, it would be like the usual flu. I will inform you. Take this opportunity to congratulate you on Christmas and wish you a great 2022. A big hug !! “

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