Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini has been discharged from a Chinese hospital three weeks after testing positive for coronavirus.
A brief statement from his club Shadong Luneng said: "Fellaini was assessed and was deemed to have recovered, and was discharged today."
Fellaini announced to the world on March 22 that he had tested positive for the virus but assured fans that he was feeling fine before being taken to hospital.
Being the only player known to have contracted the disease in the Chinese Super League (CSL), Fellaini will now spend 14 days in quarantine for further observation.
The Chinese league officials had planned to resume the league on February 22nd but the Fellaini case dealt them the blow as they were forced to postpone the competition further to assess the situation.
Fellaini has had a good outing with his club since joining them in February last year from Manchester United scoring 12 goals in 34 matches and providing five assists.
After 3-week treatment, Marouane Fellaini has been cured and discharged from the Jinan Infectious Disease Hospital. Before returning to training ground, he has to be quarantined for another 14 days. Local media revealed the Belgium midfielder is an asymptomatic patient. pic.twitter.com/98ilrTR5b1— Titan Sports Plus (@titan_plus) April 14, 2020