World Fastest Man contacts Covid-19

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World Fastest Man contacts Covid-19

World fastest man and eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt has tested positive to coronavirus.

The confirmation came after he posted a video on Twitter where he shared that he is self-isolating at home, and is not currently displaying any symptoms

“Just to be safe, I quarantined myself and just taking it easy,” Bolt said in the message,He appeared to have taped himself while lying in bed. It was posted with the caption “Stay safe my people. ”

Bolt celebrated his 34th birthday on friday, And was observed to have partied mask-free with friends and sports stars at his birthday, Guests at the party included Manchester City star Raheem Sterling.

Bolt said he took the test on Saturday, the day after he celebrated his birthday at a bash where partygoers danced to the hit “Lockdown” by Jamaican reggae singer Koffee.

“Best birthday ever,” Bolt, who retired from athletics in 2017, wrote on Instagram,Fans wished Bolt a speedy recovery on social media – “drink up your ginger tea,” one wrote – although some accused him of carelessness.

Daily confirmed cases in Jamaica have surged to more than 60 per day over the past four days from less than 10 just a few weeks ago. Jamaica now has 1,612 confirmed cases, with 622 active cases and 16 deaths from coronavirus.

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World fastest man and eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt has tested positive to coronavirus.

The confirmation came after he posted a video on Twitter where he shared that he is self-isolating at home, and is not currently displaying any symptoms

“Just to be safe, I quarantined myself and just taking it easy,” Bolt said in the message,He appeared to have taped himself while lying in bed. It was posted with the caption “Stay safe my people. ”

Bolt celebrated his 34th birthday on friday, And was observed to have partied mask-free with friends and sports stars at his birthday, Guests at the party included Manchester City star Raheem Sterling.

Bolt said he took the test on Saturday, the day after he celebrated his birthday at a bash where partygoers danced to the hit “Lockdown” by Jamaican reggae singer Koffee.

“Best birthday ever,” Bolt, who retired from athletics in 2017, wrote on Instagram,Fans wished Bolt a speedy recovery on social media – “drink up your ginger tea,” one wrote – although some accused him of carelessness.

Daily confirmed cases in Jamaica have surged to more than 60 per day over the past four days from less than 10 just a few weeks ago. Jamaica now has 1,612 confirmed cases, with 622 active cases and 16 deaths from coronavirus.

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