Hungarian swimmer and world 200m butterfly 2019 champion Boglarka Kapas tested positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday along with nine other teammates. Also Read - Will Delhi Open Borders From June 8? Kejriwal Likely to Decide Today

This happened after the Hungarian Swimming Association tested every one on the roster as well as the staff working and the team trainers. Also Read - Kejriwal Warns of Action Against Private Hospitals Denying COVID-19 Treatment, Urges Asymptomatic People to Not Test

“We tested everyone on the national swim team roster, as well as the staff working with the team, trainers, masseurs,” the Hungarian Swimming Association said in a statement. Also Read - AIIMS PG Entrance Exams 2020: Admit Cards Issued, Download From

“Results keep coming in and as of Tuesday night nine were positive.”

In a video on Instagram, the 2019 butterfly world champ said ‘she is fine’.

She also asked fans to stay indoors during the testing times.

“This does not change my routine, as I have been at home anyway, going out for some fresh air to my garden at most… Even if you feel fine you should be extra careful and stay home if you can in case you carry the virus,” she added.

Meanwhile, most major events across the globe have been canceled or put on hold or postponed owing to the deadly virus.