The bassist and co-lead singer of KISS, Gene Simmons responded to the news of 13 religious sisters living in Michigan who passed away from Covid-19 and stated how devastated he was after the loss of these well-beloved women.
Recently, the members of the Felician Sisters convent in Livonia sadly passed away following their infection of COVID-19. The death of the nuns who dedicated their lives to the care of others was heartbroken for many people across the country.
The KISS icon Gene Simmons has been trying to raise awareness about the dangers of coronavirus pandemic by reminding his fans and followers on social media to follow the required measures, including wearing masks and being careful about attending large gatherings.
In a recent post on Twitter, Gene Simmons shared an article regarding the death of 13 nuns caused by Covid-19. Simmons responded to the news by stating how devastated he was hearing the loss of these beloved women.
Here’s what Gene Simmons stated in his recent tweet:
“My heart is broken… 13 Nuns die from COVID: Livonia, Michigan“
You can see the tweet Gene Simmons posted on his official Twitter account below.
My heart is broken…13 Nuns die from COVID: Livonia, Michigan https://t.co/OmI9vY638T
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) August 4, 2020