Usain Bolt, positive for coronavirus after his massive birthday party

The coronavirus has also caught Usain Bolt. The historic Jamaican sprinter caught the virus that makes the planet fear and has been in isolation on his own initiative, since he celebrated his birthday party last Friday. Bolt would have received the test results to which he underwent throughout this Monday, which confirmed his contagion by Covid-19.

Bolt does not have serious symptoms at the moment, as reported by various media from Jamaica, the athlete’s country of origin, world record holder in the 100 and 200 meters. Usain enjoyed a surprise party for his 34th birthday, to which famous guests such as footballer Raheem Sterling, whose situation regarding a possible coronavirus infection is unknown.

Another footballer of Jamaican origin, Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey, and cricketer Chris Gayle also attended the celebration, which was also attended by reggae singer Christopher Martin. No security measures were taken at the party, which could lead to a significant number of contacts. Jamaica has 1,413 coronavirus cases and 16 deaths, for an island of around 3 million inhabitants.