Researchers from Germany and Italy has been stated that footballers and other athletes could face primary risks to the coronavirus infection in their lungs. It is now raising questions over the announcements for restarting the professional football seasons.
The immunologist and lung specialist from Berlin, Rome, Verona has been suggested that as there will be strenuous exercise, training schedules for elite athletes, which could inhale the virus particles and will reach to the lungs.
The COVID-19 by coronavirus caused lung damages and complications like a fever from pneumonia, sometimes which can lead to acute respiratory distress syndrome also. It has been published in a paper, where it has been suggested to the players that their strenuous exercise could make the situation worse, which are asymptomatic.
The pattern of breathing used to change while exercising, so the ventilation process as well. The inspiratory and expiratory volumes of air increased at such a high level. The professional athletes are much more exposed than the common individuals. Also, their lungs are ideal, so the virus can easily breathe in the deepest roots of the lungs. So they need to protect themselves by not indulging over the practice.