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US News Professional Sports and Coronavirus: The Janik Möser case shows that it can affect anyone

18:35  25 november  2020
18:35  25 november  2020 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

Upcoming corona consultations by politics: No easing in sport

 Upcoming corona consultations by politics: No easing in sport The current partial lockdown in Germany is hugely slowing down sport, especially among the many amateur and recreational athletes. But the DFB, DOSB and athletes' representatives also see plenty of cause for concern - it will hardly bring anything on its own. Politicians will most likely stick to their current path this week, or will probably readjust it. © imago images Empty seat shells at the amateur sports field: The sport has to keep back in all respects.

The coronavirus has changed the job market almost overnight. The global outbreak has seriously impacted the economy and job security. The government has ordered us to remain indoors and self-quarantine to stop the spread of the coronavirus .

There appears to be no correlation between cases and mask mandates allegedly put in place to stop the spread of the virus. Countries such as the Czech Republic have seen a surge in new cases , requiring masks in public places.

Even competitive athletes have to take the coronavirus seriously. New guidelines should help to minimize risks. A comment.

Janik Möser will andere Profisportler ermutigen, bei Coronainfektionen genauer hinzusehen. © Photo: Imago Janik Möser wants to encourage other professional athletes to take a closer look at corona infections.

The case is a warning. Ice hockey player Janik Möser from the Grizzlys Wolfsburg has very likely contracted myocarditis through infection with the coronavirus . The serious consequences of the disease in a 25-year-old who was previously a healthy competitive athlete have shocked those responsible. On Wednesday, the German Ice Hockey League (DEL) presented guidelines to better protect players after positive tests for Covid-19.

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China appeared to manage the coronavirus outbreak effectively, putting in place early travel bans within the country itself. As early as January 23 The Spanish government appears to share such worries and is considering easing these measures in May , despite criticism that it is still unclear how

On Friday the first cases were reported in Europe with France saying it had identified three cases . Covid-19 is caused by a member of the coronavirus family that has never been encountered before. McDonald’s announced that it has also suspended its businesses in five affected cities.

The algorithm created by the Wolfsburg team doctor Axel Gänsslen , which is used to assess when a professional athlete can go back to work after being infected with the virus, is not only of great importance for ice hockey. Other sports could and should be based on it.

Recently, the number of cases also increased significantly among professionals - whether in football, handball, basketball or winter sports - as well as among the general population.

Most athletes show hardly any symptoms, which does not mean that a corona infection has no permanent consequences. With the new guidelines, specific recommendations for action are given, including the probable duration of downtime. Even asymptomatic athletes would have to wait 17 to 21 days before they can return to the field, the ice or the hall. Depending on the severity of the course, three to six months of sports leave are also required.

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As with Janik Möser, whose heart muscle inflammation is in the in the worst case scenario, it could trigger sudden cardiac death. It is all the more important that corona infections are taken seriously, even by supposedly well-trained top athletes. The medical profession has a crucial role to play here. Ultimately, it can be of vital importance for players and coaches to trust their doctors unconditionally in times of the pandemic - even if that might mean missing another game.

"Of course we professional athletes are fit, but it can also affect us," says Möser. At first he did not take the coronavirus seriously either . Now he appeals to others to “open their eyes”. We can only hope that as many colleagues as possible will now take a closer look. So that it stays with a warning.

Hahn shoots Merkel: "We finally need a sports summit" .
Andre Hahn, sports policy spokesman for the Left Party in the German Bundestag, has criticized the extension of the partial lockdown for sport with unusually harsh words. The federal and state governments ordered on Wednesday that large parts of the sport had to be suspended in December due to Corona. © Provided by AFP Hahn criticizes the extension of the lockdown in sports "We finally need a sports summit instead of more and more ping-pong games in politics," demanded Hahn.

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