Justin Bieber Tests Positive for COVID-19, Postpones Las Vegas Concert
On Friday 19 February, the Justice World kicked off with its inaugural performance in San Diego following which Justine Bieber tested COVID-19 positive. Vegas concert is rescheduled for 28 June.
On Saturday 20 January, it was reported that Justin Bieber has been tested positive for COVID-19 however currently the singer is doing fine.
Justin Bieber was all set for his performance at T-Mobile Arena on Sunday evening in Las Vegas but the show has been postponed to be held in summer. Several other team members within the Justice tour were reportedly tested positive for the virus.
As per the new dates, the Vegas concert is rescheduled for 28 June this year following the covid outbreak among the pop star's team.
The refunds of the tickets for the original date are now made available for those seeking the event. The singer has been feeling 'OK' and currently receiving medical treatment as informed by close sources.
In an official statement released by the tour, it is informed that Sunday's show has been unfortunately cancelled in concern of the health and safety as COVID-19 positive results appeared within the Justice Tour family.
It mentioned that the Canadian singer is disappointed with the COVID-19 outbreak amongst the team but the safety of his crew and fans is his first priority.
On Friday 19 February, the Justice World kicked off with its inaugural performance held in San Diego, California and soon after the first show the team was found infected with the covid virus.
The diagnosis also appears after his performance at the Super Bowl 2022 after-party in the previous week and he was also spotted attending the big game with Hailey Bieber, his wife.
Las Vegas performance for the tour is set to run across 20 different countries across the world by March 2023 which means it will be completed in thirteen months. TEO and Jaden Smith will work as opening acts for 52 dates of the Justice tour.
Meanwhile, fans across the world are much excited to see their favourite Justin Bieber at his World Tour that was delayed for 2 years in view of the global covid pandemic.
Apart from the Vegan show, the singer had other projects scheduled next week among which one on Tuesday 22 February in Arizona and another one on Thursday 24 February in California.