He previously tested positive before the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony
Bryan Adams has revealed that he has tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in a month.
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Adams was due to appear at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on October 30, where he performed “It’s Only Love” in honor of newly inducted Tina Turner (with whom Adams sang a duet on the 1985 hit). Must have joined HER for , but he withdrew after testing positive for the virus.
A representative for Adams said at the time that he was “fully vaccinated and had no symptoms”.
Now, the singer-songwriter has said that he has tested positive again upon arrival in Italy today (November 25) for the unveiling of the 2022 Pirelli calendar that he was photographed in.
“Here I am, just arrived in Milano and I have tested positive for COVID for the second time in a month,” Adams wrote on Instagram. “So it’s off to the hospital for me.”
He was expected to attend in-person press events promoting the calendar this Sunday (November 28) and Monday (November 29), but now looks uncertain.
Adams had previously said of the coronavirus on social media, blaming “eating some fucking bats, selling animals in the wet market, greedy bastards making the virus”. The singer-songwriter later apologized for the incident, saying he intended to speak out about “horrific animal cruelty” and promote vegetarianism.
Last month, Adams announced a UK tour in support of her upcoming 15th album So Happy It Hurts, which is due for release in March. The run will begin next May, with a total of 20 shows in the itinerary.