The Argentinian Paulo Dybala, Juventus Turin striker, participated this Wednesday in an initiative in the northern Italian region of Piedmont, where his team is based, to raise awareness about the importance of wearing a mask to limit the risk of contagion by coronavirus.
“Let’s not underestimate the virus, this virus is only beaten if we play as a team. Wear a mask. By protecting yourselves, you will protect others too. Together we will achieve it”, says Dybala in a video in collaboration with Piedmont, posted on its Twitter
– Paulo Dybala (@PauDybala_JR) November 18, 2020
Dybala, who is not part of the concentration of the Argentine National Team having been ruled out by Lionel Scaloni due to general genitourinary symptoms, has already suffered from the coronavirus, between March 21 and May 6, 2020.
The Argentine forward, who turned 27 on November 15, began his season with six games and one goal, scored in the Champions League against Ferencvaros.