Cristiano Ronaldo test positive for COVID-19

Cristiano Ronaldo test positive for COVID-19

Cristiano Ronaldo test positive for COVID-19

July 22, 2021  Authorbjbajian

The announcement about Cristiano Ronaldo's participation in COVID-19 was reportedly taped to the walls of Barcelona's training facilities. According to AS through News18, the news of Cristiano Ronaldo being infected with COVID-19 was posted inside the first team's dressing room at Barcelona's training facility, the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper.

In October of 2020, an incident occurred. Several leagues were suspended as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak that broke out last year.

While football games were eventually resumed, teams were still reeling from the terrible effects of COVID-19. Fans were no longer permitted inside the stadium, players were had to wear masks off the field, and COVID-19 testing was required at regular intervals.

Barcelona had put up numerous crucial recommendations and news of prominent players becoming infected with the virus to maintain these checks and make everyone aware of them.

Cristiano Ronaldo was infected with the COVID-19 virus in October of last year while on national service with Portugal. Following his positive test. He had to isolate himself for a while, and Juventus had to miss a few games.

Juventus' UEFA Champions League match versus Barcelona at home was one of these games. As the Bianconeri succumbed to the visitors, Ronaldo was forced to stay at home and watch the game.

In the football world, Cristiano Ronaldo missing a game due to COVID-19 was important news. Authorities in Barcelona have used it to warn their players about staying safe during the pandemic.

According to AS, Barcelona used the news of Cristiano Ronaldo's COVID-19 infection to educate their players about the virus before their match against Juventus.

To caution their players, Barcelona had placed the news of Cristiano Ronaldo alongside warnings such as "the competition is at stake" and "the rules must be followed" (in red letters).

As the season progressed, Barcelona was fortunate in that they only had to contend with Sergi Roberto's absence for two weeks due to COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo returned to action soon after, scoring a brace as Juventus defeated Barcelona 3-0 to win the group.