While KISS has been dealing with its busy agenda to keep its fans pleased, its frontman Paul Stanley shared a post to his followers, writing down he and his whole family was caught by Omicron variant, and further.
On December 26, KISS frontman Paul Stanley has shared a post, which was attached an informing message for his fans, revealing he and his entire family have tested for the Omicron variant of coronavirus, along with his current situation throughout the process. Paul Stanley wrote below to his selfie:
“My Omicron face! Yup. My entire family has it. I’m tired and have sniffles. Most of my family have absolutely no symptoms. Do as you choose. I’m so glad I’m vaccinated.”
So, the frontman of KISS, Paul Stanley is once again recovering apparently, as he reveals through his social media. The talented frontman has also tested positive earlier this year, in August, which also led KISS to postpone a string of shows, unluckily. It was also announced followingly that the talented bassist of KISS, Gene Simmons had also tested positive for the virus, letting the regarded band end up postponing four other more concerts.
On the other hand, Paul Stanley also appeared in an interview earlier, where he reflected he was “so excited and so thankful” to receive his second Covid-19 vaccine, along with his thoughts for people who were defiantly skeptical of mask-wearing.
“I’d like to see everybody just get back to a normal life. It’s been devastating for so many people. For us who are inconvenienced, it’s minor compared to what some people have gone through.
Part of the problem is that we haven’t adhered properly to what should be common sense restrictions. And as long as there are people who are negating what’s being told to them, this coronavirus crisis is gonna extend further. We’re supposed to be a community. And if there’s the slightest possibility that it would be the right thing to do, shouldn’t you do it?” said KISS frontman Paul Stanley at the time during his conversation.
In the meantime, there was also another news of KISS involving the ongoing coronavirus back in the recent past. As the regarded band’s longtime guitar tech, 53-year-old Francis Stueber was found dead in his Detroit hotel room on October 17, the news revealed that a group of KISS roadies suggested that the lack of covid protocols enforced on the band’s “End Of The Road” farewell tour led their guitar tech to die just two days after being quarantined. The crew of KISS claimed the tour didn’t take strict enough safety measures, including not testing everyone regularly, while some others also allegedly disguised their illness or faked vaccine cards.
Ultimately, breaking so many records without stopping throughout its ongoing career, KISS still has a really busy agenda to keep its fans pleased. And recently, the bassist of the regarded band Gene Simmons appeared in an interview, explaining why they canceled Las Vegas shows in October, and what are their future plans to reschedule them.