Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish tests positive for coronavirus


Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish tested positive for the coronavirus, his family said on Friday.

Dalglish, 69, was tested for COVID-19 on Wednesday after going to hospital for an infection. Although the tests returned positive, the former Scottish international is asymptomatic, the family confirmed.

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“Sir Kenny was admitted to hospital on Wednesday April 8th for the treatment of an infection which required intravenous antibiotics. According to current procedures, he was then tested for COVID-19 when he had previously shown no symptoms of the disease. Unexpectedly, the test result was positive but it remains asymptomatic, “said his family in a statement released by the club.

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