Former World No 1 Australian Golf Player Greg Norman Suffering from COVID-19

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Greg Norman, the Australian golf player was suffering from COVID-19 and got admitted in the hospital. On Friday he had the symptoms of viral disease and posts a photo in Instagram on hospital bed.

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Former World No 1 Australian Golf Player Greg Norman Suffering from COVID-19
Former World No 1 Australian Golf Player Greg Norman Suffering from COVID-19

The Australian player was the former world no 1 and the 65 years old champion won the British opens in the year 1986 and 1983. He tested negative for COVID-19 in Tuesday but later on Thursday he feels the symptoms of the disease. Now he is in isolation in his home Jupiter, Florida.

Norman posted an image on Christmas day which displays him with hospital background. He wears an NFL Pittsburgh Steelers mask in his face and the caption says that, “This disease spoiled My Christmas Day”.

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“Take this virus back of us and don’t want to face it again”, he added.

The champion suffering from little fever, cough, pains and Head ache. Last week at Orlando, he participates in the PNC Championship with his son Greg Jr and completes the game in ninth position.

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