Rock band Kiss have cancelled a gig after lead singer Paul Stanley examined optimistic for COVID-19.
They had been speculated to carry out in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania on Thursday.
Stanley, 69, has acquired each vaccines, as has “everybody on the whole tour, each band and crew”, Kiss stated in an announcement.
The band stated they might launch extra details about future dates as quickly as attainable.
PEOPLE!!! I’m positive! I’m not in ICU! My coronary heart permits me to do 26 miles a day on my bike! I don’t know the place this got here from but it surely’s absolute nonsense.
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) August 26, 2021
The assertion stated: “The band and their crew have operated in a bubble independently to safeguard everybody as a lot as attainable at every present and in between exhibits.
“The tour additionally has a COVID security protocol officer on workers full-time that’s making certain everyone seems to be intently following all CDC tips.”
Stanley instructed followers he was “positive”, describing rumours about his situation as “absolute nonsense”.
“PEOPLE!!! I’m positive! I’m not in ICU! My coronary heart permits me to do 26 miles a day on my bike! I do not know the place this got here from but it surely’s absolute nonsense,” he wrote on Twitter.
America has seen a spike in COVID circumstances because of the Delta variant.
Firstly of the summer time, the virus seemed to be on the retreat however the every day common of latest circumstances as of 25 August was 152,341, based on official figures.
Different musicians together with Stevie Nicks, Garth Brooks and 9 Inch Nails have all axed performances for the remainder of the 12 months as a result of considerations over the variant.