Marcus Smart Coronavirus Update: Celtics Star Urges People To Take Its Impact Seriously

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Marcus Smart coronavirus update: In the interview, Smart revealed that he was surprised when his tests came back positive as he showed no symptoms at all.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Boston Celtics star Marcus Smart tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday (Friday IST). While the Celtics did not reveal the name of the player who has been infected, Marcus Smart shared a Twitter video to reveal his condition to his fans. Smart is one out of the 10 NBA players with coronavirus. 

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In the interview, Smart revealed that he was surprised when his tests came back positive as he showed no symptoms at all. However, being diagnosed made him more aware of the situation. Even before testing positive, Smart was taking self-isolation seriously, especially after the Celtics road trip.

He added that he feels self-isolation is the key to curb the virus, but people, especially their generation, has not been taking it as seriously as they should be. As the virus can be asymptomatic, one can never know who has the virus. His current focus is keeping himself and everyone around him safe and is ready to put the virus behind him. In the end, he asked everyone to keep positive, even if they have COVID-19.  

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