Moroccan Football Player Nordin Amrabat Tests Positive for COVID-19

Rabat – Moroccan international football player Nordin Amrabat has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. Sports journalist Ahmed Ajlaan announced the news on Saturday, July 4, showing a photo of the football player carrying out the test. Sports news outlet Goal also reported on the news. Amrabat currently plays for Al Nassr football club in Saudi […] The post Moroccan Football Player Nordin Amrabat Tests Positive for COVID-19 appeared first on Morocco World News.

Moroccan Football Player Nordin Amrabat Tests Positive for COVID-19
Rabat – Moroccan international football player Nordin Amrabat has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. Sports journalist Ahmed Ajlaan announced the news on Saturday, July 4, showing a photo of the football player carrying out the test. Sports news outlet Goal also reported on the news. Amrabat currently plays for Al Nassr football club in Saudi Arabia. The 33-year-old winger has not yet confirmed his positive COVID-19 test. جاءت نتيجة المسحة لنجم #النصر نور الدين أمرابط ايجابية لفيروس #كورونا #كوفيد_19 pic.twitter.com/SVOkPIuZpL — أحمد العجلان (@ahmad2man) July 4, 2020 The player is one of the pillars of both the Saudi club and Morocco’s national team. He consolidated his key role with the Atlas Lions during the 2018 World Cup and African championships. The coronavirus has hit several celebrities and football players around the world, several of whom have announced their recovery. Recently, three players from the Italian club Fiorentina — Patrick Cutrone, German Pezzella, and Dusan Vlahovic — recovered from the novel coronavirus. “ACF Fiorentina is delighted to announce that tests have revealed hat Patrick Cutrone, German Pezzella, and Dusan Vlahovic are no longer positive for COVID-19,” the club said. The coronavirus has infected 11.2 million across the globe, with 6.455 million recoveries and approximately 534,0 The post Moroccan Football Player Nordin Amrabat Tests Positive for COVID-19 appeared first on Morocco World News.