Singapore badminton player Yeo Jia Min tests positive for COVID-19 after withdrawal from India Open

17/1/2022 10:15:00 AM

Singapore badminton player Yeo Jia Min tests positive for COVID-19 after withdrawal from India Open

Singapore badminton player Yeo Jia Min tests positive for COVID-19 after withdrawal from India Open

SINGAPORE: Singapore badminton player Yeo Jia Min has tested positive for COVID-19 after withdrawing from the India Open last week. The 22-year-old withdrew from the tournament last Thursday\u0026nb

The 22-year-oldwithdrew from the tournament last Thursdayafter she experienced a"high fever" with a temperature of up to 38.6 degrees Celsius.In an Instagram post on Monday (Jan 17), Yeo said she was back in Singapore and that she had tested positive.

"I am now in isolation and complying with all the procedures," she said in the post."I will do my best to recover well and get back on court soon."Thanking supporters, she said many people have set her well wishes."Sorry it's been pretty hectic in the midst of trying to recover physically," added Yeo, who is ranked 17th in the world.

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The 22-year-old withdrew from the tournament last Thursday after she experienced a"high fever" with a temperature of up to 38.6 degrees Celsius. In an Instagram post on Monday (17 January), the 22-year-old, who landed in Singapore on Sunday, revealed her diagnosis. In an Instagram post on Monday (Jan 17), Yeo said she was back in Singapore and that she had tested positive. Police received at least four reports In response to Mothership queries, the police confirmed that investigations are ongoing against Whitefield Law Corporation for alleged offences of criminal breach of trust under Section 409 of the Penal Code and alleged offences of forgery under Section 465 of the Penal Code. "I am now in isolation and complying with all the procedures," she said in the post. Thank you for all the love and care, it means a lot to me especially during this time."I will do my best to recover well and get back on court soon. He also accused the police of acting unprofessionally and said it was unusual that his phone and SIM card had been taken.

" Thanking supporters, she said many people have set her well wishes." Last Friday, Yeo was advised by her doctor to withdraw from her quarter-final tie with Thailand's Supanida Katethong. 12, pursuant to at least four police reports lodged against Whitefield Law Corporation by their clients, the police said. "Sorry it's been pretty hectic in the midst of trying to recover physically," added Yeo, who is ranked 17th in the world. Her withdrawal from the India Open last week was confirmed by the BWF World Tour website, which showed that her quarter-final match had been won by her opponent in a walkover.17 said on Instagram that she had not been feeling well even before her round-of-16 win over India's Anupama Upadhyaya on Thursday, and it got worse afterwards. Several players from around the world were forced to withdraw from the event after a spate of COVID-19 cases. Yeo claimed that he did not commit the offences and that the charges against him are"politically motivated" and the alleged offences were"trumped up and false". Last Thursday, the Singapore Badminton Association (SBA) said the Singapore delegation at the event will be"more vigilant", and that"a greater emphasis will be placed on distancing".6 deg C throughout the night," said Yeo. The seizure was done in accordance with powers given to the police under the Criminal Procedure Code.

Yeo's compatriot Loh Kean Yew .