On Tuesday, Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the best footballers, is moving back to Turin, Italy, on a private air ambulance as he tested positive for Coronavirus.
On Wednesday, Juventus declared that its star would be able to keep his isolation at his home after his private flight from Portugal was approved by the health officials.
Graca Freitas, the head of Portugal’s General Health Directorate, said that such movement is allowable given Cristiano Ronaldo, who resides in Italy, managed, and paid for his private transportation.
JUST IN: Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for coronavirus, the Portuguese Football Federation said.
Ronaldo is “well, without symptoms, and in isolation,” a statement read. https://t.co/ffvNofemND
— CNN (@CNN) October 13, 2020
Cristiano to sign a term of responsibility
The footballer had to give an examination by the official health authorities before moving from Portugal and also sign a term of responsibility. Moreover, Cristiano Ronaldo will be in a complete observation and taken into the custody of Italian official health authorities because of his arrival in Turin.
In a regular briefing on the state of the pandemic Coronavirus in the country, Freitas said to news reporters that these are international processes, they are fairly well typified, the EU (European Union) member states are required to obey with them, and they comply with them for an anonymous native as for a known one.
On Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo, 35, played for Portugal against France in the Nations League and played against Spain last week.
Cristiano published a photo on the social media platform, on Monday, in which he was sharing a meal with other Portugal team members.
After knowing about the positive test of Cristiano Ronaldo, the PFF (Portuguese Football Federation) said that Cristiano Ronaldo was well, without symptoms, and in isolation.
On Tuesday morning, it was also declared that every other footballer latterly returned a negative test for Coronavirus.
On Wednesday, Cristiano Ronaldo is now going to miss the upcoming Nations League of his country against Sweden, as well as Juventus club’s forthcoming games, which add a Serie A battle with Crotone and a Champions League group match against Dynamo Kyiv. Besides this, it appears as Juventus club confirmed Weston McKennie (midfielder) tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, which means the whole team is going to be isolated until they are all tested again.