Bryan Adams has revealed that he has examined optimistic for COVID-19 for the second time in a month.
Adams was resulting from seem on the Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame induction ceremony on October 30, the place he would have joined H.E.R. to carry out “It’s Solely Love” in honor of the newly inducted Tina Turner (with whom Adams duetted on the 1985 hit), however he pulled out after testing optimistic for the virus.
A consultant for Adams stated on the time that he was “absolutely vaccinated and has no signs in any respect”.
Now, the singer-songwriter has stated he has examined optimistic once more upon his arrival in Italy as we speak (November 25) for the revealing of the 2022 Pirelli calendar that he photographed.
“Right here I’m, simply arrived in Milano and I’ve examined optimistic for the second time in a month for COVID,’’ Adams wrote on Instagram. “So it’s off to the hospital for me.”
He was anticipated to look at in-person press occasions selling the calendar this Sunday (November 28) and Monday (November 29), however that now seems to be unsure.
Adams had beforehand ranted in regards to the coronavirus on social media, blaming it on “some fucking bat consuming, moist market animal promoting, virus making grasping bastards”. The singer-songwriter subsequently apologised for the incident, saying he had supposed to talk out about “horrible animal cruelty” and promote veganism.
Final month, Adams introduced a UK tour in assist of his forthcoming fifteenth album, ‘So Comfortable It Hurts’, which is due for launch in March. The run will kick off subsequent Could, with a complete of 20 exhibits on the itinerary.