The 30-year-old, who joined EdF Logroño last year, is confined to an apartment in northern Spain. Deprived of her family, friends and football, she has been writing down each day what she is thankful for.
Here she tells Danish player union Spillerforeningen about her experiences.
What is it like in one of the countries most affected by the pandemic?
I will never forget one of the first nights during the confinement. It was raining and all you could hear was police cars driving around the streets telling people over the speakers to stay inside. It felt like there was a war going on.
It feels like a bad movie. A surreal movie. I walk around inside my apartment all day and feel like I am in a bubble. It is hard to understand that so many terrible things are happening outside.
Are you on your own?
I have two housemates: a player from Ghana and a physiotherapist from Spain. If I had been living alone, I would have struggled right now. Just the thought of not having any social contact at all.
Sometimes, it can be a little difficult and hard to live a football life. I have moved to a new country with a new language completely on my own.
It is not like me and my housemates do a whole lot of things together every day, but we work out once a day and it adds a little extra energy that you meet up and you talk, train and laugh together. I am really grateful for that.
How have you stayed fit?
I have been doing strength circuits in the apartment, intervals on the stairs and runs in the parking basement.
Training has another function for me too. That has been the case for the past couple of years. It is like a valve to me. If I am frustrated or sad, I can train it out and feel much better afterwards.