The 10 Valencia players and staff who tested positive for COVID-19 have recovered

After an initial scare brought about by a vast number of positive COVID-19 tests, Valencia has been given a huge slice of positive news with it emerging that the 10 players and staff members who had tested positive for the virus have all now recovered.

Two weeks ago, initial tests were conducted on the players and staff members who had been around the first team, and these tests have been repeated now.

Every single person who tested positive has now tested negative and has recovered from the virus which has taken hold of the world’s economy and sporting structure.

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Whilst Eliaquim Mangala, Jose Gaya, and Ezequiel Garay had been publicly named as players with the virus, the identity of the seven others had been kept anonymous as part of an agreement with the club.

Los Che had been the hardest hit Spanish club by the virus, with suggestions that their Champions League trip to Milan to face Atalanta had contributed to this fact.

The mayor of Bergamo described the city as a “biological bomb”, whilst Valencia‘s team also passed through Vitoria.

However, this latest development is positive and it shows that the crisis team the club constructed at the start of this pandemic has worked successfully as time has progressed.