Coronavirus reportedly catches Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest man

Elwanda Tulloch

The coronavirus may have caught up with the world’s fastest man, sprint king Usain Bolt, who announced Monday that he is self-quarantining after being tested for COVID-19.

The coronavirus may have caught up with the world’s fastest man, sprint king Usain Bolt, who announced Monday that he is self-quarantining after being tested for COVID-19.

Bolt, who did not confirm if he had received a result, spoke as governments around the world are tightening lockdowns once more, with well over 24 million people infected globally, 800,000 killed, and a vaccine still elusive.

The Reuters news agency and Jamaican newspaper The Gleaner said the country’s Health Ministry had confirmed Bolt’s test came back positive, but he had not confirmed that news on his social media accounts, which he uses heavily.

In a video posted on Twitter, the Jamaican said he had experienced no symptoms, but urged friends he had been in contact

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