IPL 2020: Kings XI Punjab opener Chris Gayle took to social media to sing that he has been examined negative twice. Reportedly, Gayle had attended Usain Go’s birthday bash.
Chris Gayle took to social media and announced that his Covid-19 outcomes hang come negative. (PTI Picture)
- Gayle’s probabilities of taking piece in IPL 2020 can were jeopardised, had he examined definite
- Chris Gayle examined negative for Covid-19 after attending Go’s birthday event
- Jamaican sprinter Usain Go had examined definite for coronavirus
IPL certain West Indies stalwart Chris Gayle on Monday examined negative twice for coronavirus after reportedly making an strive Usain Go’s birthday bash in Jamaica.
Particularly, Gayle had to take the precautionary step after Usain Go examined definite for the coronavirus after celebrating his 34th birthday with a astronomical bash hide-free in Jamaica.
Go acknowledged he took the test on Saturday, the day after he eminent his birthday at a bash the place partygoers danced to the hit “Lockdown” by Jamaican reggae singer Koffee.
Gayle took to social media to sing that he has been examined negative twice.
“Couple days previously. 1st Covid-19 test.. Earlier than ride I pick on 2 negative test,” Gayle’s Instagram legend acknowledged. In but every other put up, Gayle wrote, “The very most attention-grabbing one went a minute too a ways in my nostril. Phew. Result changed into as soon as negative.”
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“I’ll hang dwelling for 2020 no longer gonna ride again nah sah! Tan a mi yard!! Retain the swap! Excuse me!,” Gayle added.
Gayle is determined to megastar in the upcoming edition of IPL for KL Rahul-led Kings XI Punjab. In IPL 2019, Gayle had scored 368 runs, bolstering the Punjab franchise’s top-bid in the tournament.
Except for Gayle, Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling and Bayer Leverkusen’s Leon Bailey had been the assorted sport stars who reportedly attended Go’s birthday event.
Day-to-day confirmed conditions in Jamaica hang surged to extra than 60 per day over the last four days from no longer up to 10 correct just a few weeks previously. Jamaica now has 1,612 confirmed conditions, with 622 engaging conditions and 16 deaths from coronavirus.
Officers keep the uptick in conditions correct down to the reopening of world borders as successfully as celebrations over a long weekend in August marking Independence Day and Emancipation Day.