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Donovan Mitchell Explains What Is The Scariest Thing About Coronavirus

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Donovan Mitchell is one of four NBA players who tested positive for COVID-19 after a wild week in the association. After learning about his disease, the Utah Jazz star immediately put himself in quarantine and has been trying to warn people about the dangers of this illness.

Mitchell has updated people about his condition and everything seems to be fine right now. However, he asked people to stay home, explaining that the worst part of the disease is the fact that even though you have it, you don’t feel like it.

During an appearance on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’, Spyda said:

"I'm asymptomatic. I could walk down the street, and if it wasn't public knowledge that I'm sick, you wouldn't know it. I think that's the scariest part of this virus—you seem fine, be fine, and you never know who other people are going home to"

This is indeed a very scary fact about the illness. You can see anybody doing anything and think that this person is healthy, but this virus knows how to hide, which makes it a lot more dangerous. People need to listen to the authorities, take care of themselves and the one close to them and wait until everything is under control.

We’re still waiting for Mitchell to recover and see the league restart the season. Hopefully, that will happen sooner than later.