Kjeld Nuis was tested positive for the corona virus on Thursday in Inzell, Germany, where he and his team Reggeborgh are at training camp. The entire team and support were tested for the virus before departure to Southern Germany. All results were negative then.
Because he had minor complaints, Nuis was tested again last Tuesday. He has since been in isolation in accordance with NOC * NSF protocols. The two-time Olympic champion has spent the past few days in his own hotel room in Inzell.
Thursday morning, Nuis turned out to be positive for covid-19. “I had mild flu symptoms, but was not really ill. I am quite surprised at the result. I was tested for corona on Friday before we left and was negative like the whole team ”, said Nuis.
The rest of the team of trainer Gerard van Velde has withdrawn to the hotel in Inzell after being announced. Skaters and members of guidance staff will remain there in quarantine for the time being. The KNSB has been informed and we are now waiting for further instructions from the GGD Germany. Earlier this week, two skaters from the German team tested positive in Inzell.
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