Coronavirus: Ronaldo breaks his quarantine in Portugal to return to Turin

According to the Italian press, Cristiano Ronaldo, who tested positive for coronavirus on Monday, decided to leave Portugal to observe a quarantine period in Turin.


Cristiano Ronaldo obviously does not intend to respect the same measures as ordinary people. Tested positive at Covid-19 on Monday, two days after France-Portugal (0-0) in the League of Nations, the five-time Golden Ball winner had logically been placed in quarantine in Lisbon, normally for about ten days.

He had already broken isolation in Turin.

But this Wednesday, the Italian press reports that the Juve star jumped on a medical plane to return to Turin, where he will be greeted by an ambulance. It is in Piedmont that the 35-year-old player has decided to isolate himself, perhaps to be able to resume competition as soon as possible, as the Champions League looms.

According to Italian media reports, the local authorities have authorized the transfer. This time. For it should be remembered that CR7 – like other players – had already broken isolation in Turin about ten days ago, after being listed as a contact case of positive people at Covid. Reported for this breach of protocol, the attacker risks a fine of several thousand euros.

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