The Portuguese Football Federation confirmed the news in an official statement on Tuesday, which reads: "Cristiano Ronaldo was released from training with the national team after a positive test for Covid-19, so he will not face Sweden".
When asked when he was going to retire, the player said "the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be my last".
"Zlatko Dalić, Croatia coach: "[In the 2-1 win against Sweden] as soon as we felt under pressure and our concentration was tested, we created problems for ourselves.
Ronaldo also almost scored in the first half but France defender Lucas Hernandez produced an excellent sliding block, while Ronaldo vented his frustration at team mate Joao Felix after the forward skewed wide as he met a cross which Ronaldo was waiting to turn into the net.
"He's fine and was sunbathing, he'll be back when he's ready", he reported.
They are England vs Denmark, Iceland vs Belgium, Italy vs Holland, Poland vs Bosnia, Croatia vs France and Portugal vs Sweden.
A week ago, Liverpool's Swiss forward Xherdan Shaqiri tested positive while on worldwide duty, while on Thursday Irish internationals Aaron Connolly and Adam Idah were forced to withdraw from their Euro 2020 play-off semi-final after testing positive.
The Juventus star will miss the game against Sweden on Wednesday as he has left the Portugal national team. "World Health Organization lied to us", another quipped, referring to the "Greatest Of All Time" status many bestow upon Ronaldo.
"We must move forward because we know that football is important economically, and for the social value".
But in the wake of the news of Ronaldo's positive test, attention swiftly turned to the remainder of the Portugal squad.
Since testing positive, the Juventus forward has been isolating in his room.
Ronaldo played all 90 minutes for Portugal in Sunday's scoreless UEFA Nations League match against France.
The global break has been marked by a host of players contracting the virus as it continues its spread worldwide. The FA further added that no other player was tested positive. The 35-year-old captioned the image as "on and off the field!"