ROME – In the end, from Madrid, where he had been hospitalized, the response arrived on the diagnosis and conditions of Fabian Ruiz struck by a virus that had set Naples fans and teammates in turmoil: the Spanish midfielder – this is the doctors' diagnosis collected by Morning – he contracted the swine flu, now he is in clear improvement so that yesterday he was discharged from the hospital even if it is difficult to hypothesize his employment against Roma in the first championship appointment after the break.
H1N1 virus, swine flu: only the name evokes ugly omens but after the peak and psychosis associated with the pandemic a few years ago today is considered one of the forms of flu in circulation.
High fever, vomiting, these are the classic symptoms that led the player to be hospitalized so as not to infect the Spanish national team mates with whom he was in retreat: now the same requirement is felt in the club. Maximum alert and invitation to players to report the onset of similar symptoms: nothing particularly worrying but you want to avoid the case of Borussia Dortmund in 2011 when half a team ended up out of order. (source Il Mattino )
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