Arsenal announced earlier that Artita had been infected with the Corona virus, before the English League decided to stop the English Premier League.
“I would like to thank you for all of your reactions about Mikel’s infection with the Coruna virus. It was really difficult,” Lorena said.
“I also understand that you want to know what’s going on,” she added through her personal account on Instagram.
“My husband is fine, he is in good health. It is true that he had symptoms of the virus, but the symptoms would not have stopped him from going to work normally,” she said.
Lorena indicated that she and her children are fine and have no symptoms of the virus that has killed 21 people in the United Kingdom.
“It seems that the virus is not fatal. It could be that of a certain number of people, but the majority would overtake it with mild symptoms.”
“Mikel just took his medicine, and he was really going to work, that’s not a big deal,” she said.
A few days ago, Arsenal coach Michael Artita sent a message of thanks to everyone, after the letters of support he received after confirming an infection with the new Coronavirus.
“I thank you all for your words and support for me. I feel better now,” he wrote on his official Twitter account.
“We are facing an unprecedented big challenge. Everyone’s health is the most important now.”
“Protecting each other by following the right instructions and procedures will make us all skip that,” he added.
Arteta completed his letter by thanking the English Premier League for the “correct decision” to stop the competition at this time.
The Corona virus hit sports competitions around the world, causing all major leagues to be suspended until next April, in addition to stopping the qualifiers for African nations, as well as the Asian qualifiers.
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