Mick Jagger feeling much better after COVID diagnosis

Mick Jagger mentioned he’s “feeling significantly better” and able to get the Stones rolling once more after coming down with COVID-19 earlier within the week.

The 78-year-old rock legend introduced that he had examined optimistic for the virus after exhibiting signs simply hours earlier than the Rolling Stones was set to carry out a live performance in Amsterdam on Monday.

The band’s Netherlands gig in addition to its Bern, Switzerland present have been canceled because of Jagger’s prognosis.

The Stones entrance man, nevertheless, mentioned in an announcement Wednesday, that he will likely be able to resume the band’s European tour subsequent week.

“I’m feeling significantly better and may’t wait to get again on stage subsequent week!” Jagger mentioned in a put up to Instagram.

The Amsterdam present has been rescheduled to July 7 and a brand new date will likely be introduced for the Bern present ASAP, the singer added.

Jagger additionally thanked everybody for his or her properly needs and messages since he introduced he contracted COVID.

Followers had flooded Twitter, sending properly needs to Jagger, with a number of expressing concern over the rock legend’s prognosis given his age and a reported coronary heart situation.

Mick Jagger, pictured right here leaving his lodge solely an hour or so earlier than testing optimistic.

Again in April 2019, The Rolling Stones have been compelled to cancel a slew of reveals after Jagger introduced he was affected by undisclosed well being issues.

It was later revealed that the famous person had been rushed to New York’s Presbyterian Hospital the place he underwent heart valve replacement surgery.

He efficiently recovered from the foremost operation and returned to the stage simply three months later.

The Amstel Hotel, where Mick Jagger is staying after testing positive for COVID-19 while on tour with The Rolling Stones, in Amsterdam, Netherlands June 14, 2022.
The Amstel Lodge, the place Mick Jagger is staying after testing optimistic for COVID-19 whereas on tour with The Rolling Stones, in Amsterdam, Netherlands June 14, 2022.
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