- Bryan Adams, 62, reveals he tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving at Milan’s Malpensa Airport
- He was supposed to attend the events of the Pirelli 2022 calendar which he shot, but it is unknown whether he will be able to attend those events.
- This is the second time the star has tested positive for the virus, having originally contracted it in October. Patients can test positive for up to three months
Canadian singer Bryan Adams said he tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday after flying into Italy and said he was on his way to hospital.
Adams, 62, who is also a photographer, took the test at Milan’s Malpensa airport, where he was arriving To promote Pirelli’s 2022 calendar – where they shoot Iggy Pop, Cher, Jennifer Hudson, Sauvity and St. Vincent among other musical talents – for their On the Road calendar.
Adams was expected to appear at an in-person press event promoting the calendar on Sunday and Monday, but was now uncertain.
‘I am here, just arrived in Milano and I have tested positive for covid for the second time in a month. So this is me for the hospital,’ he said in a post on Instagram, showing a photo of himself wearing a mask, sitting behind a table.
He said, ‘Thank you all for your support.
Adams has been fully vaccinated, a representative for the Star told NME in November.
Canadian singer Bryan Adams, 62, has tested positive after arriving at Milan’s Malpensa airport
The singer posted a series of photos that showed her sitting at a desk and in the back of an ambulance as she revealed that this is the second time she has tested positive for COVID-19. He was also diagnosed in October this year. Patients can continue to test positive even after being cured of the virus for three months
Earlier this year, Adams wrote in an October post that he had COVID-19, but had no symptoms.
According to the CDC, people who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 can test positive for up to three months after infection. Testing positive during that time does not necessarily mean that someone has become infected again.
Adams was diagnosed with COVID-19 in October, which he confirmed in an October 31 Instagram post, but had no symptoms. They reported their daughter Bunny, who suffered a mild case.
She was forced to pull out of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which took place on October 30, where she was scheduled to perform with HER to honor Tina Turner.
He showed himself masked in the back of an ambulance on his way to the hospital. He did not disclose whether he was being admitted or tested
They later performed concerts in Las Vegas before moving to Italy and recently announced an upcoming UK tour for their fifteenth album So Happy It Hurts.
The singer had previously written about the coronavirus: ‘Thanks to the virus making some fucking bats eat, wet market animal sales, greedy bastards, the whole world is now on hold.’
Apart from ‘Thanks a fucking lot’ my message to him is go vegetarian. To all those who are missing our show, I wish I could have been there more than you know.’
The star later apologized for this and claimed that he was supporting vegetarianism.