Country legends Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood shared their health conditions after being tested for the coronavirus.
In the press release, the 59-year-old Brooks’ sales representative confirmed that his test result was negative, while the 56-year-old Yearwood’s test result was positive.
According to the press release, the two have “quarantined at home after their team members’ last active Covid test”.
Brooks said: “The queen and I have now conducted two tests.” “Nevertheless, officially, she is now diagnosed as’leaving the tunnel’ and I am very grateful for that.”
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The test was postponed due to the “severe winter weather in Tennessee” (about a week after exposure).
The star shared: “Anyone who knows me knows that my world started with Miss Yearwood, so she and I will experience it together.” He added that he will not participate in the Inside Studio G series on Facebook for the time being.
“And anyone who knows [Yearwood] Knowing that she is a warrior and that she has been doing the right thing, so I know we will come out of the other side of this together. “
The press release stated that Yearwood is “processing symptoms” but “okay.”
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“She is strong. She is stronger than me.” Garth assured the fans, warm prayers and positive thoughts.
He concluded: “Living with her, I sometimes think that she is one of the greatest voices in all music, so the long-term influence on her may make me a husband and a fan. We are lucky that she is currently at her best. The city receives the greatest care in terms of healing and healing singers.”
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Representatives of Yearwood did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Brooks’ team announced that he and his wife were exposed to COVID-19 on Facebook on February 11.
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They said at the time: “Because someone on the team tested positive for Covid-19 and out of cautious considerations, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood cancelled everything and went through two weeks of testing and quarantine.”