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Rush’s Geddy Lee talks about the Covid-19

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Rush’s Geddy Lee talks about the Covid-19

Rush‘s legendary singer and bassist Geddy Lee talked about the fight against Covid-19 with fans through his social networks. Asking fans to stay at home and safe.

Geddy Lee said:

“It’s been over two months since our soul brother Neil [Peart] left us and although we continue to mourn his passing, we must now turn our gaze to the serious virus threatening all of us on the planet – a reminder of how precious life is…

“I am self-isolating (with my pups) as is my family – so I urge you all to do the right thing… social distance, trust the science, wash your hands and we will get through this…”

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Rush’s guitarist Alex Lifeson also talked about the disease recently:

“Just returned from Spring Break with my gKids. We are all self quarantining for 14 days. All travellers should. Looking forward to getting caught up on Netflix! Send your top viewing suggestions.”

Most rockstars from the 60s, 70s and 80s have ages ranging from 60 to 80 years old. Therefore, they are on the risk group. For people that have 60 years of age and over, the Coronavirus can be more serious.Dozens of tours were postponed to to guarantee the safety of fans, since agglomerations are currently being banned in many countries and also to guarantee the safety of musicians, who are in the risk group. Kiss, for example, canceled meet and greets with fans and shortly afterwards postponed the last three shows of the current part of their tour.

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