Ed Sheeran poses for a photograph.
Gulf Today Report
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has tested positive for Covid, but will continue performing from home.
"Hey guys. Quick note to tell you that I've sadly tested positive for Covid, so I'm now self-isolating and following government guidelines," the Grammy winning-singer posted on Instagram.
"It means that I'm now unable to plough ahead with any in person commitments for now, so I'll be doing as many of my planned interviews/performances I can from my house. Apologies to anyone I've let down. Be safe everyone."
Sheeran was due to appear as a guest on 'Saturday Night Live' on November 6. It is not immediately known if he will be replaced or the appearance will be changed to a virtual one, reports variety.com.
The musician has several concert dates lined up across the UK and Europe, but they don't commence until April 2022.
However, what will be affected are promotional activities around his new album from his 4th studio album, set to be released on October 29 -- his first full solo album since 2017's blockbuster 'Divide'.
The musician will also read out a bedtime story on UK broadcaster BBC's 'CBeebies Bedtime Stories' program on November 5, available on the CBeebies channel and on BBC iPlayer.
Sheeran will be reading 'I Talk Like a River' by Jordan Scott and Sydney Smith.
It's the story of a boy with a stutter, whose father helps him by explaining that the flow of his words is like a river. The singer experienced a stutter himself as a young boy.
This is not the first time Swift has given financial help to people affected by the pandemic. Last December, she gave $13,000 (£10,000) to two mothers who were struggling to pay rent and bills.
At a time when the entire world is battling against the coronavirus outbreak, West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has come out with a new song to boost the morale of the people.
Suchetha Satish, 14, UAE-based Indian teenager is spreading COVID-19 awareness in 22 languages by singing and composing songs.
Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) with the theme ‘Sustainability and Heritage ... A Reborn Aspiration’, was a place where painters and artists — besides others from other disciplines — held their own.
Al Qasimi publications issued the novel, "Al Jaria'h" (The Daring) by His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah.
Archaeologists believe the jar was made inside the hall, as it is larger than the doorways. Another theory suggests that it was created first, and then the hall was built around it. Surrounded by a number of annexes or rooms, the hall is the largest roofed building discovered at the archaeological site.