Official Update: Cristiano Ronaldo Finally Cleared From COVID-19
Finally, we have received the most impressive official update on Cristiano Ronaldo’s Covid-19 PCR test and good news for the 35-year old himself.
It has been over 18 days since Ronaldo tested positive for coronavirus. Since then there have not been any changes, but now we can finally say that Cristiano Ronaldo has received confidence boosting news.
Juventus FC has just reported on their website that Cristiano Ronaldo has tested negative for coronavirus and he is ready to go back to the pitch. Even though it took the five-time Ballon d’Or winner longer time to recover unlike the Zlatan Ibrahimovic, he has been cleared to continue his current season with the Turin giants. Following the latest update, Cristiano Ronaldo has recovered from coronavirus after 19 days, and he is no longer in quarantine.
Certainly, this is interesting news for the Bianconeri as they have been missing their star striker. Juventus shared the following news on their official website on Friday, October 30. “Cristiano Ronaldo carried out a check with a diagnostic test (swab) for Covid 19. The exam provided a negative result. The player has, therefore, recovered after 19 days and is no longer subjected to home isolation.”
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It is now obvious that Cristiano Ronaldo no longer has the virus and the protocols are clear about what needs to be done in for him to play this weekend’s game against Spezia. Juventus visits the newly promoted team, Spezia, for their Serie A game on Sunday but the Portuguese needs to undergo some processes. As a first negative Covid-19 test result presented by the forward, it means he is not really 100% cleared to participate.
Therefore, the Juventus hitman still needs at least another negative test to have a green light to be a part of the squad for Juve’s upcoming games. But you and I know that Ronaldo is much eager to return to the pitch once again.
Since his time in isolation, we know Ronaldo has been working out hard from the comfort of his home, which we believe he is in good condition to play. It’s now left for Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo to make the big call on whether to take him on the trip to Spezia between today and tomorrow.
But the good news and probably one of the best for the week is that Cristiano Ronaldo is finally free from coronavirus!
Thank you all for your prayers and support! The GOAT is back again!