The only Danish participant in the winter PL in Beijing is now covid-free

The Beijing Paralympic Winter Games kicked off Friday with an opening ceremony. Meanwhile, the only participant from Denmark, Adam Nybo, watched everything from home due to covid-19. But now he’s tested negative and ready to go when he’s cleared.

Adam Nybo, who is the only one to represent the Danish colors at the Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing, has tested negative for covid-19 three times in a row. This means he is now finally ready to travel to China after being infected with covid-19 last week and missing the opening ceremony last Friday.

He is now waiting for the final formalities to be in place and to be given the green light to fly to Beijing.

To the media Nordjysk he says, “I tested negative three times in a row, so the virus is gone. So now we just hope that all the bureaucracy can be sorted out so I can go.

He must be tested a fourth time before departure and if this test is also negative, he should be able to travel to China.

“It’s a bit stressful now. But if I get to China, it’s worth it,” says Adam Nybo.

Last week, he missed the opening ceremony he was looking forward to.

“It’s a very bitter feeling. I was really annoyed not to be there at the opening ceremony. It was a very nice setup and something I absolutely wanted to experience. This is something that makes the event very special.

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