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Hertha’s keeper Ron Garsten in hospital has a high fever due to Corona

Concerns about Hertha’s goalkeeper Ron Garstein. As explained by Sports Director Arne Friedrich, the goalkeeper was transferred to the hospital after a difficult Corona operation. Garstein tested positive for Corona after his return from an international match trip.

Arne Friedrich said, “The PCR test was negative for Ron on April 1st. Symptoms appeared on the night of April 2 to April 3. On April 3 and 4, he had a weak positive test. Then he had the British variant with severe symptoms,” he said Arne Frederick “Bild”.

Garstin, Herta’s goalkeeper, was injured in early April

Garstein is said to have been immediately isolated by Herta’s colleagues while he was injured. According to Frederick, his condition had deteriorated so much that the Norwegian had to be treated in a clinic suffering from a high temperature. Friedrich said, “Ron Garstein is the worst affected. He had to be taken to hospital in the meantime.”

Garstin is now said to be on the mend. Friedrich “It is not assumed that Garstein will go out at the end of the season.” Twelve days after Garstein tested positive for the coronavirus, coach Pal Darday and assistant coach Admir Hamzajic also received a positive decision. Among the professionals, Marvin Plattenhardt and Dodi Lukpakio were said to have contracted the infection. Game operations at Hertha are suspended for the time being. The capital club will not play any other matches in April.