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Eric Clapton Is COVID Positive

After repeatedly criticising vaccine protocols, Eric Clapton tested positive for COVID-19.

Clapton, 77, revealed he had tested positive for COVID-19 in a Facebook post on Monday.

As a result, his upcoming tour dates in Zurich and Milan have been postponed.

Clapton and his crew are hopeful that alternate dates will be available within the next six months.

In the past, the British singer and guitarist has voiced doubts about the COVID-19 vaccine.

He claimed the vaccine caused severe nerve damage to his fingers, preventing him from playing his guitar for months.

Clapton had  previously  expressed his  disapproval of  lockdowns, travel  restrictions, and  other public  health measures.

He made an appearance in Van Morrison's song "Stand and Deliver" in December 2020, which included lyrics critical of the lockdown.

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