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Seven-time MotoGP champion Rossi tests positive for COVID-19

Valentino Rossi will miss this weekend's Aragon Grand Prix and likely next week's Teruel GP after testing positive for COVID-19, becoming the first MotoGP rider to do so. MotoGP has been operating tight restrictions to quell the spread of COVID-19, though it has recorded several cases from paddock members - including Moto2 rider Jorge Martin, who had to miss last month's Misano double-header after catching the illness. Rossi confirmed on his Instagram feed that he woke up feeling unwell at Aragon and underwent a test for COVID-19, which came back negative. However, a second test produced a positive result and he will now miss this weekend's Aragon GP and likely the second Aragon event next...
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