Chronology of Valentino Rossi Positive Corona

Yamaha racer Valentino Rossi tested positive for Covid-19 or the corona virus. This is based on the results of the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test.

As a result, Rossi will certainly be absent from the Aragon MotoGP race series this weekend.

On Sunday (11/10) October, Rossi left the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans after the French MotoGP and flew back to Italy to relax and train in Tavullia.

On Tuesday (13/10) Rossi underwent a routine PCR test. The test is a routine test for all riders, including team members in MotoGP who travel home after the race. The results that came out the next day were negative.

Then Wednesday (14/10), Rossi felt very fit and healthy. He exercised without the slightest symptoms and experienced no pain.

On Thursday (15/10), Rossi got up early and felt a little tired. He felt a little fever and then called the doctor. The doctor performed two corona tests, namely the rapid test and PCR.

In the rapid test, the results are non-reactive. However, the PCR test, which results came out at 4 pm local time, tested positive for Covid-19.

It is therefore clear that Rossi will not be participating in the Aragon MotoGP this weekend, and may also miss the Teruel MotoGP next week.

Rossi admitted that he was sad and angry at having to miss the Aragon MotoGP. The Doctor devoted it to Twitter social media after receiving news that he had tested positive for Covid-19.

“I am very disappointed because I have to miss the race at Aragon,” said Rossi.

“I am sad and angry that I did my best to respect protocol and even though the test result was negative on Tuesday, I have been in self-isolation since my arrival from Le Mans,” he added.

Yamaha boss Lin Jarvis admitted his team was hit after Valentino Rossi tested positive for Covid-19. Jarvis also thinks this news is bad news for MotoGP fans.

Jarvis also sympathized with the bad news that befell the living legend of MotoGP. He also hopes that the 41-year-old racer can recover as soon as possible to return to racing.

“This is very bad news for Valentino, the Yamaha team, and MotoGP fans around the world. We hope that Valentino will not suffer too much in the next few days and can fully recover in a short time,” Jarvis was quoted as saying on the official MotoGP website.

“This is a second blow to us, following the absence of Project Leader Sumi-san and the five mechanics at Le Mans after one member tested positive. These two incidents remind us that no matter how careful you are, risk is always there – as we can see from the increase European transmission rates this time. “

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