Is Usain Bolt being irresponsible?

Usain Bolt
Usain Bolt

Well we all know that having a big party in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic is a bit irresponsible but what wealthy people are doing is having the attendees tested with the instant-result tests before attending the party. So for those who are rich enough to afford these tests for all their guests, they are not irresponsible, they are just blessed.

We are not sure if Usain Bolt had his guests tested before his celebrity packed party for his 34th birthday, so we can’t say whether or not he was being irresponsible in that regard. The track legend’s reaction to the rumor that he tested positive for the virus has a lot of people wondering, however.

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According to Bolt, he got tested because he had to leave the island for work and was following protocol. Well everyone who have to travel, have a surgery, arr part of a sport team; all have to get tested to prove that they do not have the virus. What they do not do, however, is automatically quarantine themselves, unless they show some symptoms or they know they were around someone who tested positive for the virus.

“I am trying to be responsible so I’m gonna try to stay in and stay away from my friends. I’m having no symptoms so I’m going to quarantine myself and wait on the confirmation (from Ministry of Health) to see what is the protocol,” Bolt said.

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Come on Mr. Bolt. For you to say that means one of three things; You know you tested positive, you were around someone who tested positive or you have some symptoms. So just don’t encourage those who were around you to quarantine; tell them why they should quarantine.

Are we really supposed to believe that you want those who were around you to quarantine just because you had to take a test for work? Come on man! Don’t talk to us like we are idiots.

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