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World fastest athlete Usain Bolt tests positive for COVID-19

Usain Bolt COVID-19 positive

The Jamaican sprint machine and world record holder athlete Usain Bolt caught by coronavirus. The 8th time Olympic gold medalist has been tested positive for COVID-19 and Usain Bolt is currently self-isolating himself at home.

The legendary sportsperson expressed his views that at the moment there are no symptoms revealed and not suffering from anything. But being a responsible citizen, I am staying home for a few days and will be back when everything will be satisfactory.

Usain Bolt shared the Covid-19 positive news with his followers “Good morning everybody, just waking up. Like everybody, I’ve checked social media, social media’s saying I’m confirmed [as having coronavirus]. I did a test on Saturday because I have work [abroad]. I’m trying to be responsible so I’m going to stay in for me and my friends. Also, I have no symptoms. I’m going to quarantine myself and wait to see what the protocol is. Until then, I’m quarantined by myself and just taking it easy. Be safe out there”.

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Usain Bolt tests positive for COVID-19 after 34th birthday party

Usain Bolt also celebrated his 34th birthday party on 21st August without following the standard safety procedure such as wearing face masks and social distancing at his home town in Jamaica.

Meanwhile, there are also reports circulating on the media that in that party England and Manchester City forward football star Raheem Sterling and West Indies cricket legend Chris Gayle were also present, however, at the moment there are no reports that both of them getting infected.

Bolt is currently the record holder for 100m sprint which he covered in 9.58 in seconds and 200m sprint in 19.19 seconds, both in 2009. Usain Bolt joins well-known celebrities and stars who have tested positive for the Covid-19.

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