Cristiano Ronaldo & Georgina step out after isolation exercise

Cristiano Ronaldo & Georgina step out after isolation exercise

- Cristiano Ronaldo has stepped out of his mansion for the first time since he quarantined himself

- The 35-year-old took a walk with his partner Georgina Rodriguez in Funchal

- Ronaldo was exposed to Covid-19 through his Juventus teammate Rugani who tested positive

- The five-time Ballon d'Or winner was dressed in black shorts and Nike footwear while pushing his baby stroller

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Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez were spotted in Funchal, where the couple observed their 14 days of isolation.

The 35-year-old came in contact with Danielle Rugani, who tested positive for the deadly coronavirus earlier in the month when they defeated Inter Milan 2-0.

A goal each from Aaron Ramsey and Paulo Dybala ensured the Old Lady claimed maximum points at the end of the game, which was played behind closed doors.

Instead of staying in Italy, Ronaldo flew back to his home country, Portugal, to lock himself away from other people so as not to spread the virus.

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Ronaldo and his spouse were strolling with the duo pushing baby-strollers near his home and other passers-by recognised them, according to Sky Sport Italy.

Reports claim that Portugal has been on lockdown since 18 March and this is not expected to be lifted until 2 April.

However, it does not stop people from leaving their homes to get specific good items and services essential to living.

As can be read from the website of the Italian Embassy in Lisbon, "From midnight on March 18 and up to and including April 2, the State of Emergency is in force in Portugal.
"It is allowed to leave the house to purchase services, to go to the hospital, to the transport of people who have mobility problems, to go to the bank (banks will remain open), for short periods of outdoor sports activities of a single person or two at most, but not for group activities."

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