The legendary former frontman of Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, has shared a recent tweet on his official Twitter account and made a first statement about the coronavirus outbreak.
COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease spreading across the world with over 270K cases around the globe. Because of this outbreak, most of the musicians decided to postpone or cancel their events and shows.
Today, Sammy Hagar has broken his deep silence about the coronavirus and shared a recent video on his Twitter account. He made an important statement and invited to everyone for fighting with the coronavirus.
Here’s the statement of him:
“I’m just waking up. It’s in the morning. I’ve been on lockdown for 10 days now.
I just wanna say how serious this whole thing is and probably encourage you to, for once, as rockers, you’ve gotta go by the rules.
We’ve gotta do what we’re supposed to do, and the sooner we all do it, the sooner this thing will go away and we can get back to what we really do, and that’s rock and roll…
Anyway, be safe. Wash your hands. Go by the rules, just for a little while. We’ll be all right.”
You can see the tweet of him and click here to reach the source.
The sooner we follow the guidelines, the sooner we can get back to what we do – ROCK ’N’ ROLL! Please take this seriously. 🤘🧼🤲#CoronaVirus #ByTheRules #StaySafe #14DayLockDown pic.twitter.com/LDjZUfHmYQ
— Sammy Hagar (@sammyhagar) March 21, 2020