Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling has tested negative for coronavirus after he attended Usain Bolt’s birthday party in Jamaica, MySportDab reports.
The England international joined Bolt for a surprise 34th birthday party.
However, On Monday it was confirmed that Usain Bolt tested positive for the virus.
“On social media they said I’m confirmed to have COVID-19. I took the test on Saturday before i left for work,” Bolt said in a post on his official Instagram account.
“I will do everything responsible and I’m going to stay at home.
“I have no symptoms, so I’m going into self-isolation and wait to see what is the protocol and what next i should do.”
According to Sky Sports, Raheem Sterling ‘feels fine’ and has showed no symptoms.
MySportDab understands that Sterling will take another test in the coming days.
Sterling did his Covid-19 test in Jamaica after Bolt was confirmed positive to find out his situation.
England Coach Southgate is expected name his squad today for the upcoming Nations League matches against Iceland and Denmark.