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Sumo wrestler dies of Coronavirus

Sumo wrestler dies of Coronavirus

Jack To Do
Jack To Do

A 28-year-old sumo wrestler has died in Japan after contracting the coronavirus. This is the first time a sumo wrestler has died of COVID-19, according to the Japan Sumo Association (JSA).

According to Japanese media Kyodo News, Suboshi was the first sumo wrestler to test positive for Covid-19. He was attacked by COVID-19 on April 10. His condition quickly deteriorated and he was taken to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) 9 days later. Suboshi died there.

At his death, JSS chairman Hakkaku told Kyodo News, “I’m just guessing he’s been fighting COVID-19 for more than a month. He died fighting with the same courage as a wrestler until his death. My prayer is that he rests in peace. ‘

Another media report from Japan’s Yomiuri News reported that the corona of 1,000 members of the JSA would be tested.

Jack To Do

Jack is Andorra CF official website editor. Having written for a number of magazines and websites, there's no aspect of soccer news and great predictor.