The 78-year-old McGeiger tested positive. The Rolling Stones canceled the gig.

McGuire has a positive experience for COVID-19, which has forced the Rolling Stones to cancel a concert in the Netherlands.

Rock Legend, 78, announced the health news on Monday, hours before the band performed a show in Amsterdam.

Jagger arrived at the Johan Cruyff Arena for rehearsals Monday morning and was showing signs of cowardice. Subsequent tests revealed that he had come down with the virus.

“The Rolling Stones are very sorry for the delay tonight, but the safety of the audience, fellow musicians and touring staff must be a priority.” The band said In a statement posted on Twitter.

The band is currently performing a series of shows across Europe, with their next gig scheduled for June 21 in Milan, Italy.

Jagger did not say what symptoms he was showing or their severity.

Jagger was spotted on stage in the United States last November.
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In April 2019, The Rolling Stones were forced to cancel several shows when Jagger announced that he was suffering from unknown health issues.

It was later revealed that the superstar had been taken to Presbyterian Hospital in New York where She underwent heart valve replacement surgery.

He successfully recovered from a major operation and returned to the stage just three months later.