Former world’s fastest runner, Usain Bolt, has tested positive for coronavirus, as confirmed by the Jamaican Health Ministry.
The eight-time Olympic gold medalist, tested positive for the virus after he was seen partying for his 34th birthday in Jamaica with little social distancing.
This was confirmed by the former world’s No.1 in a video on his Instagram page.
Usain Bolt celebrated his 34th birthday party over the weekend with massive guests not socially distancing or wearing masks. Big stars including Manchester City star Raheem Sterling and Bayer Leverkusen attacker Leon Bailey and cricketer Chris Gayle were filmed at the party.
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Usain Bolt confirms he's self-isolating in Jamaica after taking coronavirus test : The eight-time Olympic gold medalist, who clocked 34 on Friday, posted this video after reports from Nationwide90fm, a radio station in Jamaica, claimed he had tested positive for Coronavirus after partying with guests including Manchester City star Raheem Sterling at his birthday party. : In the video, the retired Jamaican sprinter confirmed he is in self-isolation at his home in Jamaica after taking a Covid-19 test on Saturday. He also went on to say that he is not suffering from any symptoms and didn't confirm or deny having Covid-19.