Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood's Fans Worried after Their Team Was Exposed to COVID-19
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood fans are showing their support on Twitter after the couple revealed their team might have been exposed to the coronavirus. The pair are supposedly doing fine.
Brooks, 58, and Yearwood, 55, have been hosting virtual events for their fans since the lockdowns began in March. Fans reacted to the news with words of comfort. Their tweets are found below.
Out of an abundance of caution, Garth Brooks is moving his and @TrishaYearwood's July 7th Facebook concert to a later date and postponing Inside Studio G for 2 weeks. (Part 1)— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) July 6, 2020
In the two-part Tweet, Brooks said that their Facebook concert, scheduled for Tuesday, and their upcoming Inside Studio G series, would be postponed for two weeks.
He added: "While Garth and Trisha are fine, the Garth/Trisha camp has possibly been exposed to the Covid-19 virus. To be smart about this, they are all quarantining for 2 weeks and thank everyone for their concern."
(Part 2) While Garth and Trisha are fine, the Garth/Trisha camp has possibly been exposed to the Covid-19 virus. To be smart about this, they are all quarantining for 2 weeks and thank everyone for their concern. -Team Garth & TeamTY— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) July 6, 2020
Brooks announced the Facebook Live concert last week. Fans would have been allowed to make song requests with the hashtag, #GarthRequestLive2."
Stay well Garth, Trisha and camp! Hoping the best for all of you. ❤️😷 https://t.co/n8Wyrlu824— Susanna Lopez (@1doodlelopez) July 6, 2020
Another wrote: "Hope everyone on team g & t remain healthy and safe. Hopefully we will see y'all in a couple weeks. We miss and love ya. [Two heart emojis]."
Stay safe and healthy! We love you so much! Hang in there. Everything will be ok. Always sending love your way 🙏❤ https://t.co/QnOXEetvmG— 🦋J a m i e🦋 (@just_1_jamie) July 6, 2020
Earlier in June, the pair hosted a drive-in theater concert with was shown on over 300 drive-in screens throughout the country and Canada. It followed a Grand Ole Opry streaming event in May.
The drive-in event was done out of concern for safety even as businesses are slowly making their way to normalcy and opening up amid the coronavirus crisis.
2020 Needs to STOP ✋ NOW https://t.co/FZNcDAQHpd— 🎙 Ken Buckner (@KenBucknerShow) July 6, 2020
Produced by Encore Live, tickets were sold for $100 starting on June 19. The tickets allowed for one passenger per vehicle. Each motor vehicle was required to be six feet away from others.
Other Center for Disease Control and Prevention protocols included staff using protective equipment, low numbers in restrooms, and contactless payment.
Brooks described the event as being "perfect for the time we are in." Additoinally, Encore Live CEO Walter Kinzie praised the shared initiative as providing families with a safe option for entertainment in the summer.
In addition to trying to put on concerts during COVID-19, Brooks released two songs from his upcoming album "Fun," last week. "Party Gras" and "That's What Cowboys Do" are now on Amazon Music for purchase.
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