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Returning MotoGP rider Rossi says 24-day COVID-19 quarantine was 'difficult'

Valentino Rossi admits being forced into quarantine for 24 days at home alone after testing positive for COVID-19 last month was "a difficult experience" upon his return to MotoGP action. The Yamaha rider was forced to miss the Aragon double-header last month after testing positive for the virus at home in Italy following the French Grand Prix. His participation in this week's European Grand Prix was in doubt when he tested positive again on Tuesday earlier this week, with Yamaha placing American World Superbike rider Garrett Gerloff on standby to replace the Italian. Rossi eventually cleared two further COVID-19 tests and was allowed to return to action on Saturday, with Gerloff...
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