Bryan Adams, Bon Jovi join the growing list of vaccinated musicians testing positive for COVID-19. Canadian Singer Bryan Adams and New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi canceled the show on Saturday night after testing positive for COVID. Jon is fully vaccinated and feeling fine now. The musicians were scheduled to perform at Loews on Florida’s South Beach for a three-night “Halloween weekend getaway”.
Adams was going to perform a Tina Turner tribute at Saturday night’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction but canceled his appearance after contracting COVID. Adams is fully vaccinated against COVID and no symptoms are of COVID.
Ed Sheeran the English hitmaker was scheduled to perform on Nov. 6 but he canceled it on Instagram last week that he will do a virtual show and interviews after testing positive for COVID.
With the arrival of COVID vaccines, the music industry bounced back and gave way to revive of venues long-shuttered by the pandemic. But much research has shown that vaccines, including Moderna Pfizer-BioNTech and Johnson & Jhonson, have waned in efficiency over time, and as more cases occur. The music industry is trying to revive the industry and keep up the momentum and maintain the safety of workers and artists on events and tours.
However, Los Angeles County has mandated the vaccination proof to enter public places like restaurants, concert venues, and Salons. to ensure the safety of people.