Hannover 96’s Timo Hubers becomes the first professional player to test positive for coronavirus in Germany


Hannover 96 defender, Timo Hubers, has been tested positive for coronavirus, the first professional player to be diagnosed with the virus in Germany

 The 23-year-old German footballer is in quarantine at home while the rest of the playing staff will be testedas well, as a precaution.

Gerhard Zuber, sporting director of the German club said: ‘Timo behaved in an exemplary manner.

‘He shows no symptoms himself. So far, when he found out that a person who had been with him at the event was tested positively, he reported directly to the doctor and temporarily went into quarantine at home. ‘ 

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According to the club’s website, it is assumed that Hubers picked up coronavirus at an event on Saturday evening.

“It is assumed that Hübers got infected at an event in Hildesheim on Saturday evening. Since the 23-year-old has had no contact with his teammates since the infection, which can be precisely localized, it cannot be assumed that teammates have become infected with him. Nevertheless, we will act responsibly – the entire professional squad, trainer team and staff will be tested for the virus as a precaution,” the club said in a statement.

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