KISS lead singer Paul Stanley shared an update about his current health status after testing positive for COVID-19 on Instagram. Also, he announced the date on which KISS will continue their farewell tour.
As you may know, KISS had to take a break during their End of the Road World Tour after Stanley tested positive for COVID-19. The band shared a statement to declare that they have been following every safety protocol, and other members and crew tested negative.
However, shortly after that statement, the band announced that Paul Stanley recovered from the disease, but Gene Simmons tested positive this time. Thus, they won’t get back on stage for a while. All KISS members and their crew will quarantine for ten days according to the doctor’s orders.
In his recent Instagram post, Paul Stanley highlighted that he has been following the doctor’s advice and resting at home so that he can go back to the stage on September 9, 2021. In addition, he stated that he doesn’t want to put other people in danger during the global pandemic by doing whatever he wants.
Here’s what Stanley wrote in his IG caption:
“Rest! Doctor’s orders so we can hit the road running on Sept. 9th. Staying clear of people for a few more days. Do I think my ‘freedom’ ever includes jeopardizing other people’s health? No, I don’t.”
You can see the photo below.