Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has confirmed to be feeling better already following confirmation that he had contracted coronavirus.
Speaking on Friday, Mikel Arteta admitted that the world is facing a huge and unpredictable challenge.
He continued by saying that the health of everyone matters as he argued people to follow the stated guidelines.
“Thanks for your words and support.Feeling better already.We’re all facing a huge & unprecedented challenge.
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Everyone’s health is all that matters right now.Protect each other by following the guidelines & we’ll come through this together.Well done PL for making the right decisions.”
Arteta’s sentiments were echoed by Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil who said football does not matter right.
Ozil insisted how the health and wellbeing of everyone is important at this time following the spread of coronavirus.
“Football does not matter right now. The health and wellbeing of everyone is far more important than everything else.
Guys, take all the precautions you can – be mindful and considerate of everyone, especially those who are at high risk
As we go through this global issue, we should not forget to say thank you to all doctors, nurses and scientists etc worldwide, who are helping to keep this virus from spreading.”
Mustafi joined in the conversation saying how imprtant it is to work to stop the virus.
“This is bigger than football. It’s so important that we are now doing everything possible to stop the virus.
Therefore, please follow the instructions of the authorities and avoid anything that could endanger you, your friends and families.”