Iga Swiatek and team in quarantine after Polish President tests positive for coronavirus
Poland’s Iga Swiatek is quarantining after she learned that Polish President Andrzej Duda had tested positive for the coronavirus.
2020 Roland-Garros champion Iga Swiatek of Poland is in quarantine after she learned that Polish President Andrzej Duda has tested positive for coronavirus. Swiatek met with Duda on Friday, when she was awarded the Gold Cross of Merit for her achievement in Paris and her promotion of Poland internationally.
— Kancelaria Prezydenta (@prezydentpl) October 23, 2020
The 19-year-old, who became the first Polish player to ever win a Grand Slam singles title and the youngest woman to win Roland-Garros since 1992 earlier this month, posted a message on social media on Saturday, saying:
“Neither I nor my team members have symptoms of the coronavirus. We perform tests regularly. In accordance with the applicable procedures, we are quarantined. We will repeat the tests in three days. We wish you all a lot of health, take care!”
Ani ja, ani członkowie mojego teamu nie mamy objawów koronawirusa. Wykonujemy testy regularnie. Zgodnie z obowiązującymi procedurami poddajemy się kwarantannie. Badania powtórzymy za trzy dni. Życzymy wszystkim dużo zdrowia, uważajcie na siebie!✊😷
— Iga Świątek (@iga_swiatek) October 24, 2020
Poland has seen a spike in coronavirus cases this month, and recorded over 13,000 on Friday, according to data from Johns-Hopkins University.
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