Mick Jagger, 78-year-old musician and vocalist of The Rolling Stones, has contracted the coronavirus. Because of this, the band had to cancel their concert in Amsterdam at the Johan Cruyff Arena. The decision to cancel the concert was made at the last moment, as the artist felt the symptoms of the disease already upon arrival at the stadium.
According to the group on the official pages in social networks, upon arriving at the venue, Mick Jagger felt unwell. He tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, the concert had to be cancelled. True, the group promises that they will reschedule it to another date.
Recall that Mick Jagger could not stay away from the topic of the pandemic and what threats it poses to humanity. So, in 2021, he presented the song Easy Sleazy. It sings about lockdown, empty streets and cities, and hopes to return to normal life.