Paul Stanley: KISS musician tested positive for coronavirus

Paul Stanley
KISS musician tested positive for coronavirus

Paul Stanley is a founding member of the hard rock group KISS.

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Paul Stanley from KISS tested positive for the coronavirus. The musician had previously suffered from “flu-like symptoms”.

KISS musician Paul Stanley (69) tested positive for the corona virus. The hard rock band shared this in a statement on your website and on social media with. The concert in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, planned for Thursday (August 26) will be postponed. The group will soon announce whether further concerts are affected. The next appearance of their US tour is already on Saturday.

There are strict corona guidelines on the tour, which are explained in more detail in the statement. “All participants of the entire tour, both the band and the crew, are fully vaccinated,” it says, among other things. In addition, a full-time Covid safety officer is on board to ensure that all guidelines are adhered to.

Paul Stanley “is fine”

Paul Stanley himself also spoke up and gave the all-clear: “Folks! I’m fine. I’m not in the intensive care unit!” He wrote on twitter. “My heart allows me to ride my bike 26 miles every day. I don’t know where that came from.” In another tweet said the 69-year-old: “I was sick with flu-like symptoms and was tested repeatedly, the test was negative.”

However, he tested positive on Thursday afternoon. The crew, the staff and the band, on the other hand, “all tested each other negative”.