Former NASCAR driver announces being tested positive for coronavirus

Former NASCAR driver announces being tested positive for coronavirus

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NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Jarrett made public on Tuesday he has tested positive for coronavirus and is now in self-quarantine.

The 63-y-o Jarrett broke the news during the NASCAR’s Hall of Fame announcement, stating why he did not return to NBCSN’s studio with the fellow hosts.

Three-time Daytona 500 winner and 1999 Cup champion claim the only symptom he had was a slight cough and that he was doing well.

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“I’ve been one of the very fortunate ones that my symptom has only been a slight cough throughout all of this and it’s really getting less and less each day, so I’m doing very, very well,” Jarrett said.

“All I can say is follow all the guidelines stay as safe as you possibly can and hopefully we can all get through this in the very near future.”

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