Now COVID-free, Carlota Ciganda (70) in combine at Drive On Championship
Carlota Ciganda is yet one more LPGA professional who has examined optimistic for COVID-19, however she’s grateful her ordeal is out of the best way as she bids to win the Drive On Championship this weekend.
About six weeks in the past or so, Ciganda felt sick, with a fever and muscle aches. The Spaniard was identified with COVID-19 whereas at her American house in Arizona.
She went via two weeks of quarantine and a sequence of exams earlier than being cleared to play. She estimates she examined optimistic three or 4 occasions earlier than lastly returning adverse exams.
“After 10 days, I used to be feeling tremendous,” Ciganda mentioned.
However she adhered to CDC pointers and LPGA protocols and even took further precautions.
“I’ve been tremendous for nearly three weeks now,” she mentioned. “I really feel good and excited to be right here and enjoying once more.”
Full-field scores from the LPGA Drive On Championship
Ciganda posted a 2-under 70, leaving her 4 pictures behind the chief, Danielle Kang.
Ciganda was requested if her medical doctors knew if she may contract the virus once more.
“I do not suppose they know for certain,” she mentioned. “I believe I ought to have antibodies for a minimum of a pair months, however to be sincere, I do not know. I did not even get that check accomplished. So, I do not know if I’ve them. I hope I’ve some, in order that method it will likely be more durable to get it once more.”
“I am nonetheless very cautious, preserving the distant. I’ve been washing my arms on a regular basis and simply not going anyplace, simply from right here to the resort, getting some meals. It’s a must to watch out, particularly to maintain everybody wholesome and to maintain enjoying.”
Marina Alex and Gaby Lopez had been withdrawn from this week’s occasion, with Alex testing optimistic in a pre-travel textual content final week and Lopez in a pre-tournament check on web site this week.