Zamalek basketball player diagnosed with COVID-19

Zamalek basketball player diagnosed with COVID-19
Zamalek basketball player diagnosed with COVID-19

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Zamalek basketball player Shaaban Abdelwahab has been diagnosed with COVID-19, becoming the only athlete from any major Egyptian club to test positive.

Abdelwahab has tested positive on Friday night and according to Zamalek’s official statement the club have been in contact with the player to ensure his well-being.

The Whites’ vice president Ahmed Galal Ibrahim along with board member Ahmed Adel Abdelfatah also assured that he has their full support.

The statement also claims that Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour made several calls within the Ministry of Health to make sure that the academy coach continues his treatment in a public hospital.

Due to the coronavirus outbreak all sports events in Egypt have been indefinitely suspended since March.

And even though the number of cases keeps increasing, the country’s Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouy, revealed that sports activities will return gradually by mid-June.

As of Friday May 22nd, there have been over 15786 confirmed cases in Egypt, with 4374 people having recovered and 707 deaths.

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