Kiss Rocker Paul Stanley Describes ‘Mild’ Coronavirus: ‘It Kicked My Ass’



Kiss vocalist and rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley says his battle with the coronavirus an infection is “over.” 

Nevertheless it wasn’t simple.  

Stanley, who’s 69 and was vaccinated early this yr, tweeted:   

Bassist Gene Simmons informed TMZ final week that Stanley was identified after feeling fatigued and shedding his voice because the band resumed its farewell tour, however stated the remainder of the band and crew all examined adverse. 

“He’s gonna be nice as a result of he acquired vaccinated,” Simmons informed TMZ Reside, in line with Blabbermouth. “He’s gonna be high-quality. The character of this vaccine is that it protects you from going and having tubes down your throat and probably dying. So you’ll be able to nonetheless get it.”

Simmons has urged everybody to get inoculated towards the virus: 

Kiss had simply resumed its “Finish of the Street” tour on Aug. 18 after a 17-month pause as a result of coronavirus pandemic, however has needed to postpone extra exhibits since Stanley’s analysis final week. 

It’s not but clear when the tour will resume, as Simmons informed TMZ the band and crew are in quarantine whereas they await extra exams. 

“The band and their crew have operated in a bubble independently to safeguard everybody as a lot as attainable at every present and in between exhibits,” the band stated in a press release final week. “The tour additionally has a COVID security protocol officer on workers full-time that’s guaranteeing everyone seems to be carefully following all CDC tips.”





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