Barcelona superstar joins those who take during the isolation period during “difficult” and troubling times during an outbreak of Coronavirus.

Difficult period for everyone

Barca legend Lionel Messi admits that “health should always come first.” As the Barcelona superstar joins those who take during the isolation period during “difficult” and troubling times during an outbreak of Coronavirus. The global pandemic is forcing the concerned world population to take decisive action to curb the spread of Coronavirus. This process involves professional sportsmen and women who have been canceled and suspended worldwide. La Liga has joined Serie A, the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and the Premier League to stop competitive football immediately. Barcelona took another step forward, postponing all training activities for two weeks.

Barca takes enforced break

A statement published by the Catalan giants read: “Given the health situation and according to the recommendations of the club’s medical staff,” Messi and the Blaugrana will not return to the field shortly. With the Champions League clash with Manchester City, the same way goes for La Liga matches. As a result, Quique Seten’s squad takes an enforced break. They will adhere to any established protocols, with six-time Ballon d’Or winner Messi looking for an example when it comes to following coronavirus tips. He posted on social networks: “These are difficult times for everyone.”

It’s time to stay at home

“We live disturbed about what is happening and want to help, moving away from those places where the worst happens. Either because it directly affected them or their family and friends, Or because they work at the forefront to fight him in hospitals and medical centers. “I want to direct a lot of strength to all of them. Health should always come first. It is an unusual moment, and you must keep to the directions of both medical organizations and government agencies. Only in this way can we effectively combat this. “It’s time to be responsible and stay at home, and it’s also an excellent opportunity to enjoy in the meantime with those that you can’t always be around.

“Hug, and I hope we can turn this situation as soon as possible. Football in Spain was initially closed for two match days, bringing the matter to the end of what was supposed to be the next international break. There are, however, growing concerns that competitive actions will remain on the cards for some time after this point.” While things are going on, Barca sits on top of the League table – two points clear of arch-rivals Real Madrid with 11 games left to take in.