The agent of Orlando Pirates midfielder
Ben Motshwari says his client is feeling strong as he continues to self-isolate at
home after testing positive for Covid-19.
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The 29-year-old became the first Premier Soccer League (PSL) player to
contract the coronavirus, having reportedly been infected while shopping last week.
He has not been in contact with any of his team-mates and will spend the next two weeks in isolation.
Speaking to the Sowetan, Palesa Mkhize said: "Ben went to do some
grocery shopping at the mall last week and that's where we suspect he
got it from.
"He is alright and is doing well so there's no need for panic. He
took the necessary safety measures like wearing a mask and always kept a
sanitiser with him."
Mkhize added: "He hasn't come in contact with any of his team-mates.
He has a place where he stays alone and has been staying there since the
"He is currently self-isolating where he stays. He has been given
guidelines about what to do during his quarantine such as drinking lots
"Ben is very strong and has a good character and I am very confident
he will recover from this. The only thing that is bothering him at the
moment is a blocked nose but other than that he doesn't have many
- TEAMtalk media