‘Truly horrible’ Queen’s Brian May inundated with support after Covid diagnosis

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Queen legend Brian May, 74, took to Instagram and revealed that he has tested positive for coronavirus. The rock legend admitted he has suffered a “horrible few days” as he urged his fans to remain safe.

In view of his 2.9 million followers, he began: “Yep. The shocking day finally came for me.

“The dreaded double red line. And yes – definitely NO sympathy please – it has been a truly horrible few days, but I’m OK. And I will tell the tale.

“PLEASE take extra care out there, good folks. This thing is incredibly transmissible. You really do NOT want it messing up YOUR Christmas. With love – Bri.”

The rocker was quickly inundated with messages of support from his legion of fans.

Just a Big Town Girl penned: “Oh no! Get well soon! Best wishes from Italy.”

Grandma Dalby commented: “Oh, my dear Dr. May. Please take care of yourself. I’m sending all the hugs, love and wishes that I have to you! Feel better soon!

Lucy Carragher remarked: “Get well soon Brian.”

The musician also shared the news on his official Twitter account where his fans shared their concern.

Twitter user, Devoted Glambert penned: “You will recover from this, Brian. The main thing to do is rest a lot & stay hydrated. Also please stay as calm as possible because my doctor told me that agitation & anxiety make it harder to heal. Sending lots of love & positive healing vibes.”

Matt Parker commented: “Oh dear. Please take care and look after yourself, dear Brian. Keep us posted on your health. We all love you.”

Jorge Espinos added: “Please take good care of yourself. I hope you don’t get any symptoms.”

Brian has since assured fans that he is doing well despite it being a “horrible few days” for the music legend.


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The World Health Organization has said the Omicron variant has been identified in at least 89 countries – and is spreading significantly faster than the Delta strain.

It is spreading rapidly in countries with high levels of population immunity, it added.

The current Plan B rules for England include Covid passes for certain events, face masks in more places and people being urged to work from home if they can.

Omicron is now thought to now be the dominant variant in England and Scotland, replacing Delta.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has also ramped up the booster jab campaign with a new target to vaccinate all eligible over-18s by the end of the year, with adults invited from this week.

Meanwhile, Brian recently revealed he and his wife Anita Dobson had plans to quit London following flooding in his Kensington home.

The music icon called the capital a “brutal” place to live after the basement of his £7m home was flooded, ruining many of his childhood photo albums and memorabilia.

He added that the move had also been prompted by London’s noise and pollution.

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