Coronavirus: Chelsea winger Hudson-Odoi speaks about state of his health

Coronavirus: Chelsea winger Hudson-Odoi speaks about state of his health

- Callum Hudson-Odoi says he has recovered fully from the symptoms of the COVID-19 virus

- The Chelsea winger was sent home from the team's Cobham training ground on Monday, March 10

- He is the first EPL player to test positive for the virus

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Chelsea player, Callum Hudson-Odoi has told his fans on social media that he has recovered from the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Hudson-Odoi was the first player in the English Premier League to test positive for the COVID-19.

But in a selfie video on Friday, March 13, the Chelsea winger said he has recovered and is feeling well.

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He also went ahead to explain in the video how he recovered from the virus symptoms.

The Chelsea player said he followed the WHO health guidelines and he isolated himself for over a week.

Hi guys. As you may be aware, I had the virus for the last couple of days, which I’ve recovered from,” he said.

The entire Blues first-team, coaches and support staff have since entered isolation, putting Saturday's match with Aston Villa in serious doubt.

Meanwhile, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta revealed he had also tested positive for the deadly virus.

Arsenal's match with Brighton this weekend has been postponed with the entire squad in isolation and the training ground closed.

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The two arrived in the country about a week ago from Norway and Turkey.

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