Taylor gifted her fans a re-recording of her hit 2012 album Red last month. This is the second album he has re-recorded after releasing Fearless in April.
An event in Sydney, Australia hosted by fans to commemorate Taylor Swift’s recent release Raid (Taylor’s Version) has turned into a COVID-19 superspreader after nearly 100 attendees tested positive.
According to Fox News, fans gathered at a December 10 Sydney event—on repeat: the Taylor Swift red party in celebration of the singer’s Red (Taylor’s version) reportedly “get tested soon” and forced to self-isolate for seven days. is being asked for. At least 97 positive cases have been confirmed.
According to reports, the pop star did not attend the event. The New South Wales Department of Health has also tagged the Metro Theater in Sydney as a “New Venue of Concern” in celebration of the re-release of Taylor’s album.
Fox News quoted a NSW report issued in a public health alert as saying, “NSW Health is asking all households of close contacts to be tested and self-isolated until everyone in the household has a negative result. “
The statement said, “NSW Health is immediately contacting the 600 people who attended the Metro Theater at this time and checked in via QR code to provide them and their household members with early testing and access to the public.” Instructing to follow health advice.
The alert said, “NSW Health is appealing to anyone who participated, but is aware of this advisory, for immediate testing and isolation using QR codes and other potential attendees to the community.” Didn’t check to get it done.”
The statement concludes, “NSW Health is reminding everyone of the importance of maintaining COVID-safe practices as social events continue to circulate during the festive period.”
Officials have also warned people about fines for those who “fail to comply with the isolation, testing and quarantine requirements”.
According to the report, the fine has increased to US$5,000 (from US$1,000) for individuals and US$10,000 (from US$5,000) for corporations.
Taylor gifted her fans a re-recording of her hit 2012 album Red last month. This is the second album he has re-recorded after releasing Fearless (Taylor’s version) in April.
The singer was inspired to re-record her last six albums after buying Masters through music manager Scooter Braun in 2019. He hoped that updating the original songs would give him back control of his discography.
She still has to re-record her debut album, Taylor Swift, her 2010 album Speak Now, her 2014 work 1989, and her 2017 album, Reputation.
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