Dave Chappelle has canceled efficiencies arranged at Stubbs in Austin, Texas after evaluating positive for COVID-19, TMZ reports and Chappelles representative confirmed to Pitchfork. The canceled dates were among a handful the comedian had actually booked through this weekend. He had currently performed the first of the Austin gigs on Wednesday. Tickets are being refunded.”Chappelle has actually safely conducted socially-distanced shows in Ohio considering that June 2020 and he moved those programs to Austin during the winter,” a statement from Chappelles representative checks out. “Chappelle carried out COVID-19 procedures which consisted of fast screening for the audience and daily screening for himself and his group. His persistent testing enabled him to instantly react by quarantining, therefore reducing the spread of the virus. Chappelle is asymptomatic.”Chappelle started hosting outside, socially distanced efficiencies in his current house state of Ohio because June. His visitors included Common, Tiffany Haddish, John Mayer, and several others. After hosting a block celebration to commemorate the Fourth of July, Chappelle emceed the first post-election episode of Saturday Night Live at the beginning of November.Earlier today, Chappelle was photographed maskless with Joe Rogan, Elon Musk, and Grimes. Grimes published about her own current experience with the infection on January 9.
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