Japanese professional player’s first case of 28-year-old Sumo wrestler infected with epidemic

Japanese professional player’s first case of 28-year-old Sumo wrestler infected with epidemic
May 13, 2020 No Comments News customjune.com

The Japanese sumo wrestler wins the samurai. He died of a multiple organ failure due to new coronary pneumonia in the early morning of Wednesday. He died at the Tokyo Metropolitan Hospital at the age of 28. He was the first professional player to die after a diagnosis of infection in Japan. The news shocked Japanese sports.

The samurai warrior’s real name is Wu Qingxiao. The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare said that before the samurai warrior, he did not receive the new coronavirus disease and there were dead people in their 20s. The director of the Japanese Sumo Association, Octagon (former Yokosuka Kitakai) expressed his condolences, pointing out that the samurai warrior displayed the spirit of fighters and fought against the virus to the last minute. Now he only hopes that the samurai warrior can rest in peace.

The samurai samurai, who is affiliated with Takadagawabeya, was admitted to a hospital in Tokyo from April 8 due to fever, burnout, and difficulty in breathing. After winning hospitalization, Samurai’s condition deteriorated and he continued to receive treatment in the intensive care unit ward from April 19, until he died at 0:30 am local time on Wednesday.

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