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GODSENT CS:GO Player Maikelele Makes A Sad Coronavirus Announcement



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Mikail Bill, known as “Maikelele,” is a 28-year-old Swedish CS:GO player who had played for teams like FaZe Clan, Ninjas In Pyjamas, G2 Esports, and many more. Since November 2019, he has been playing for GODSENT.

Maikelele has shared a new update on his official Twitter account and made a devastating coronavirus announcement about his friend. He said that he has been sick in eleven days but the doctors stated that he can’t be tested for coronavirus if he doesn’t have a breathing problem.

Because of that, Maikelele felt angry and sad at the same time and revealed his thoughts about this situation. Maikelele stated that there are lots of people who have the same problems, and the government should get the treatment before it’s too late.

As you might already know, COVID-19 is a highly dangerous disease that can be infected by person to person. So far, around 600K cases have confirmed by authorities, and over 27K people died because of this disease.

Here is what Maikelele said:

“A friend of mine has COVID-19 symptoms. He’s coughing blood and have been sick for 11 days. He called for getting tested and medical treatment yesterday and they called him up today. They told him that they won’t help him unless he has more problems with his breathing

Then now you should imagine how many more people there are with this problem. They will legit only help him when it’s already to late and that’s crazy to witness. I feel so sorry for families when they lose their parents because of Sweden won’t help.”

A fan user named Jormaj replied:

“If he is literally coughing blood, then he needs ER. If he is coughing mucus that has traces of blood in it, and is not in above +38C fever, has no breathing problems, then it is “just” infected wind pipe and will heal on its own.”

Another fan user named Gorn wrote:

“Its the same everywhere, theres not enough test equipment and capacity for testing, so they will only test those with severe symptoms and need for medical care.”

You can check his tweets below.

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