South Korean badminton star Lee Yong-dae has been discharged from hospital after contracting new crown pneumoniaFly into the homes of ordinary people
According to the team of the famous South Korean badminton player Lee Yongdae yesterday confirmed that Lee Yongdae contracted the new crown pneumonia in late last month, but was discharged from the hospital yesterday and currently has no symptoms.
According to Li Longda’s team, Li Longda was in contact with a patient diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia. He underwent a nucleic acid test on April 22 and was diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia. Li Longda was subsequently hospitalized for about 10 days the treatment. Li Longda returned home after being discharged from the hospital yesterday and will undergo self-isolation for a period of time.
Caption: Li Long’s big data map
All members of the Korean national badminton team were tested on April 26 and the results were all negative.
The 32-year-old Li Longda won the 2008 Beijing Olympics badminton mixed doubles championship and the 2012 London Olympics badminton men’s doubles bronze medal. He is an iconic figure in South Korea’s badminton events. After withdrawing from the South Korean national team in 2016, Lee Yongda and Kim Ki-jung continued to “fly solo” in the international arena and continue his professional career. Although their world ranking has now dropped to 33rd, they have been able to beat the top ten players in the international arena in the past two years. In 2018, Lee Long Tai and Kim Ki Jung won the Spanish Open and the Macau Open. At the Malaysian Masters in early 2020, they beat China’s top men’s doubles player Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen 2-0 to win the championship. (Xinmin Evening News reporter Wang Zhiling)
Editor: Shen Yuye