Swiatek, winner of Roland Garros, in quarantine for the positive of the Polish president

The Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek, winner on the 10th of Roland Garros, reported today that it is in preventive quarantine after having coincided this Friday in an act with the Polish president, Andrzej Duda, who has tested positive for coronavirus.

“Neither my teammates nor I have symptoms of coronavirus. We regularly undergo tests. According to the current procedure, us they quarantine. We will repeat the tests in three days. We wish you Hello everyone, take care, “wrote the athlete, 19, in your Twitter account.

Swiatek was distinguished on Friday by Duda with the Golden Cross at Merit for his sporting achievements and promoting the country internationally. Official sources reported today that the Polish president, 48 years, he is in quarantine at home after tests positive for coronavirus.

The President of the Cabinet of the Presidency, Krzysztof Szczersi, he specified in statements to the station “Trójka”, which the agency collects Polish PAP, which Duda received the results on Friday late pm, he is well isolated at home and has no symptoms.

Polish health authorities registered on Friday a new maximum number of new coronavirus infections, with 13,632 in the last 24 hours, so from today restrictive measures come into force additional nationwide. Total infections since the pandemic was declared on Friday at 228,318, with 4,172 deaths reported.

On the other hand, it was known this Saturday that the French tennis player Lucas Pouille has tested positive for COVID-19 and will quarantine for seven days. Its only symptom is loss of smell. At the end of his isolation, he will be given a new test, under the supervision of the French Tennis Federation.