Legendary sprinter Usain Bolt contracts COVID-19

By Rajan Nath - August 25, 2020 1:08 pm

Olympic champion and legendary sprinter Usain Bolt has tested positive for the novel coronavirus days after partying with guests that include English footballer Raheem Sterling, for his 34th birthday in Jamaica.

As per the report, a radio station in Jamaica, 'Nationwide90fm', said that Usain Bolt has contracted the contagion disease. He will be spending time in self-isolation as he has now been diagnosed with the pandemic.

The 34-year-old sprinter underwent a Covid-19 test a few days back and discovered that he had tested positive for the novel infection.

West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle, who is set to play the Indian Premier League (IPL), is said to be one of the sporting stars who had attended the birthday party of legendary sprinter Usain Bolt.

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Chris Gayle is heading to the UAE after testing negative twice for COVID-19. His results have turned negative. “Couple of days ago. 1st Covid-19 test. Before travel I need 2 negative tests,” the power-hitting batsman informed his fans through an Instagram story. He went on to add, “The last one went a bit too far in my nose. Phew. The result was negative.”

-PTC News

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