Badminton star Lee Yong-dae has been identified with COVID-19

This undated file photograph reveals Badminton star Lee Yong-dae. (yonhap)

Badminton star Lee Yong-dae has been confirmed to be contaminated with COVID-19, his workforce mentioned on Monday.

In response to the Yonex Badminton workforce, the 32-year-old examined optimistic for the brand new coronavirus on April 23 and entered a quarantine facility.

Lee was discharged on Monday as he was exhibiting no signs. Yonex mentioned he’s self-isolating at residence and can take the check once more this week.

Workforce officers mentioned they examined an individual on April 22, who they’d eaten with, testing optimistic.

The legendary participant received a gold medal in combined doubles on the 2008 Beijing Olympic Video games and a bronze medal in males’s doubles on the 2012 London Video games.

Lee retired from the nationwide workforce in 2016 however continued his profession as knowledgeable participant. He has additionally been energetic on TV leisure applications and YouTube.

Officers mentioned all Yonex members and employees members who got here involved with Lee examined damaging and went into self-quarantine.

She determined to not take part within the Nationwide Badminton Championships to be held on Might 16-23.

Members of the nationwide badminton workforce additionally examined damaging. He was examined on 26 April because the workforce is sponsored by Yonex. Badminton officers mentioned none of them got here involved with Lee. (yonhap)

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