International Mohamed Salah, the star of the Egyptian national team and Liverpool, left the hotel where he is staying to establish medical isolation after being infected with the Coronavirus, as the player went to El Gouna to complete the medical isolation period there, after consulting with those responsible for health isolation and obtaining their approval.
Shaaban Bastawy, Director of Public Relations of the Football Association, revealed that the Liverpool star has obtained medical approval to leave the hotel and complete medical isolation in El Gouna, indicating that the player went to El Gouna with a private car, where he is conducting a new medical swab in a hospital in Hurghada, to ensure recovery before Travel to England.
Dr. Hussam Hosni, head of the scientific committee to combat the Corona virus, said that humanity is by nature against restrictions, indicating that he had received a call from Dr. Hala Zayed, Minister of Health, in order to sponsor the international player Mohamed Salah, the star of the English club Liverpool, stressing that the committee had evaluated The condition and he was suffering from some pain in the body, but his health condition is stable, and a swab will be done at the end of the week.
Hosni continued, in televised statements, we are dealing with the injured case of the player, and we conducted the urgent package and went to Dar Al-Shifa Hospital, saying: “We did the CT scan and it was peaceful and there was a slight shortage of white blood cells.”
And the head of the Scientific Committee to Combat Coronavirus, after that, completed the treatment of the Coronavirus Protocol, and we put the treatment in which we trust and sent a report to Liverpool Club and the player’s condition is very good and he is in the end of cooperation.
The head of the Scientific Committee to Combat Coronavirus indicated that the committee explained to the player his health condition, and the player would not travel abroad and on the fifth day, starting from the beginning of the treatment, he will conduct another medical smear.