Four days after the accident in Lugano, Switzerland, Fernando Alonso was discharged today from a hospital in Bern, Switzerland. The Alpine team announced that the Spaniard will continue his recovery at home, where he will have to rest for a short period, which is estimated at 10 to 14 days.
He will then gradually start training to be ready for the start of this year’s Formula 1 season, which will mark his return to action after a two-year break.
Alonso will be able to resume his normal life in four weeks, and the only problem will be the placement of the helmet, as this is very tight on the head and around the jaw area.
According to one of the doctors, such wounds are often infected. And if the wound became infected, it would be impossible for Alonso to wear his helmet. But beyond that, his sports activities can continue quite quickly.
Source: Autoblog.gr by www.autoblog.gr.
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