Sterling tests NEGATIVE for coronavirus after Bolt's birthday

BREAKING NEWS: Raheem Sterling tests NEGATIVE for coronavirus and ‘is feeling fine’ after attending Usain Bolt’s birthday party in Jamaica as he prepares to join up for England duty

  • Raheem Sterling was at Usain Bolt’s birthday before sprinter tested positive
  • Manchester City star was feared to have illness too but returned negative test
  • Bolt is self-isolating and Jamaican health minister revealed the positive test
  • Sterling will take another test but is said to be feeling fine with no symptoms 

Raheem Sterling has tested negative for coronavirus after attending Usain Bolt’s birthday party, with the Olympic legend having tested positive for the illness. 

The news will come as a relief for both Manchester City and England, with the winger able to join up with Gareth Southgate’s side for international duty.

Sterling ‘feels fine’ and is ‘showing no symptoms’, according to Sky Sports, but he will be tested again in the coming days.  

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling was reportedly in attendance at Usain Bolt’s party

Guests including Manchester City star Raheem Sterling were believed to have been celebrating Bolt’s birthday

Sterling undertook the Covid-19 test in Jamaica after moving swiftly to find out whether he had contracted the illness. 

Athletics icon Bolt had his positive test revealed by Jamaica’s health ministry on Monday. He posted a video on Twitter and said he is not experiencing any symptoms so far. 

The news came after he was filmed partying with guests at his 34th birthday bash in his homeland with celebrity guests including the City star in attendance.  

Videos showed attendees singing, dancing, and standing close together under a large awning during the celebrations.  

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