Raheem Sterling, who was a visiting member of Usain Bolt’s birthday party has been tested for Covid-19 and his results came back negative.
Jamaican born Sterling, who plays for Manchester City as a left-winger was among many other big names who showed up locally to support and celebrate with the 8-time Olympic gold medalist regardless of the spreading Covid-19 pandemic.
Usain Bolt had already tested positive and so it was certainly in the minds of fans and the Ministry of health, that there might have been a possibility that the now Clarks and Bape ambassador would have contracted the virus.
The 25-year-old international football star, however, had previous to his test results, made it known he was not experiencing any symptoms, and now has been confirmed by the ministry of health to be COVID-19 free.
A positive result would have been very detrimental to the young Manchester City powerhouse as he is now looking to secure his spot on England’s national squad that will be participating in the UEFA Nations League.
The announcement will take place this coming Tuesday.