Gene Simmons, the co-founder and bass guitarist of KISS, has drawn attention to the magnitude of the global pandemic of COVID-19 once again by sharing the breaking news that the Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott tests positive for coronavirus.

As you might all know, the iconic member of the New York City-based rock band, Gene Simmons, has proven that he’s one of the most sensible names in the industry when it comes to warning his fans against the ongoing health crisis and its deadly impacts upon humanity.

Simmons has been displaying a praiseworthy stance on social media, reminding his followers of the dangers of COVID-19 almost every day. As you may recall, he has sadly reported that the Republican politician and a businesswoman, Kelly Loeffler, was diagnosed with the illness a short time ago.

Most recently, Gene Simmons has taken the platform to announce yet another shocking diagnosis news. Gene shared the recent update of CBS News, in which it was stated that the Republican Senator Rick Scott of Florida announced Friday morning that he has tested positive for COVID-19, joining a slew of US officials who have recently contracted the virus.

Scott, who is the new chairman of the GOP Senate campaign arm, campaigned last week with Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler ahead of January runoff races in Georgia. At the indoor event, Scott wore a mask but removed it to speak in front of the crowd.

Here’s what Gene Simmons said in his recent tweet:

“Sad to report: Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott tests positive for coronavirus – CBS News.”

You can see the tweet below.