On a new Twitter post, KISS co-founder and bassist, Gene Simmons, responded to a fan’s question about the latest data of coronavirus pandemic that shows growing cases in the U.S.

On Tuesday, Gene Simmons took to Twitter and showed his reaction to the COVID-19 cases in the United States. The chart has shown that the number of known cases is doubling about every four weeks.

However, a Twitter user named Billy Rogers stopped in the comment section and wondered if this is good news by comparing case and death rates.

Gene Simmons answered his fan and said it’s not good news. He said that the cases of infection increase rapidly every day and accordingly, death rates will increase after a few months. Here’s the conversation below.

A Twitter user named Bill Rogers asked:

“Isn’t this good news? Doesn’t more cases mean increased testing, so the deaths to cases ratio continues to go down?”

Gene Simmons responded to:

“Unfortunately, the news is not good. We are literally having 3,000 or so new COVID-19 infections every day. Multiply that by 365 days. In the next few months, we are told the death rate will be anywhere from 130,000 to 200,000 people. Sadly.”

Check out the tweets below.