Dave Chappelle has canceled the reminder of his scheduled shows in Austin, Texas this week after testing positive for Covid-19. The comedian was set to perform a series of gigs in Austin. Chappelle’s representative told reporters that the comedian was currently self-quarantining. This is after his positive tests but he wasn’t showing any symptoms yet.
‘’Dave Chappelle is quarantining after testing positive for Covid-19. His remaining shows at Stubbs Walker Creek Amphitheater in Austin, TX are canceled and ticket holders should contact their point of purchase for refunds,’’ Chappelle’s rep said.
Since June 2020 in Ohio, Chappelle safely conducted socially distanced shows and he moved to Ohio in the winter according to his rep. he also said Chappelle implemented Covid-19 protocols including rapid testing for the audience and daily testing for himself and his team.
Dave’s diligent testing helped the comedian learn early that he was positive hence quarantining himself, thereby mitigating the spread of the virus.
Chappelle was set to feature Joe Rogan on the bill for his next shows. Rogan apologized in an Instagram post for cancelling the shows and says they will definitely be reschedule. Earlier this week, in another Instagram post, fans saw the two comedians at Stubbs’s. With them were other stars including Grimes, Donnell Rawlings, Ron White, and billionaire Elon Musk.
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