"Nilla Fischer of Wolfsburg was at the training camp in Portugal last week."
"Suddenly fell ill, her team - and roommate Almuth Schult of measles – a very contagious disease."
"– She was moved first to a private room and then flown home. I am vaccinated and I'm very pleased, " says Fischer to SVT Sport."
"To the summer move to the English landslagskaptenen Nilla Fischer, 34, home to Sweden and Linköping."
"Until then, she continues to play in the German Wolfsburg, which she belonged to since 2014."
"When the team was at the training camp in Portugal last week was hit the of a much-publicized illness. Fischer's team-mate, Almuth Schult – who also shared a room with the Swedish – fell ill suddenly in the brass, a disease with a high risk (about 90 percent for those who are not vaccinated)."
"– All players got to check if they are vaccinated so that they have adequate protection. And it had all. She may have been infected in Spain (where she was at the camp with the German national team in the past) or at the airport, I have no idea, " she says to SVT Sport."
"Nilla Fischer is himself vaccinated against the disease, which can give a rash and fever, and lead to complications like pneumonia and ear infections – as well as most swedes are. In Sweden vaccinate most children against the disease, already when they are 18 months old."
"But Almuth Schult was obviously not vaccinated. She had to leave the camp, but is now much better."
"– We have three other goalkeepers, but it is clear that the Almuth is number one. I just hope that she is careful and become healthy. It can be long or go quite fast for her to come back, we don't know yet, " says Fischer."
"Wolfsburg player came back to Germany on Monday."