Sir Mick Jagger, 78, gives an update on the Covid diagnosis after The Rolling Stones postponed two dates

Sir Mick Jagger, 78, gives an update on the Covid diagnosis after The Rolling Stones postponed two dates

Sir Mick Jagger has shared an update with fans after his Covid-19 diagnosis forced the Rolling Stones to reschedule two dates on the SIXTY tour.

The 78-year-old rocker insisted he “feels a lot better” and thanked his fans for the well wishes.

Sir Mick said on Instagram on Wednesday: “Thank you for your well wishes and messages over the past few days.

Feeling better: Sir Mick Jagger has shared an update with fans after his Covid-19 diagnosis forced the Rolling Stones to reschedule two dates on the SIXTY tour

“I’m feeling much better and can’t wait to get back on stage next week! The Amsterdam date has been moved to July 7th and we will have news about the new Bern date ASAP.

He said goodbye: “See you soon! Mick’.

It comes after rockers The Sympathy For The Devil were forced to postpone their Amsterdam concert at the Johan Cruijff Arena on Monday hours before it started after the legendary frontman fell ill with coronavirus.

Update: The 78-year-old rocker insisted he

Update: The 78-year-old rocker insisted he “feels a lot better” and thanked his fans for their well wishes

On Tuesday, the band then announced that they would no longer play as planned at the Wankdorf Stadium in Switzerland on Friday.

In a recent update on social media, they said, “The Rolling Stones deeply regret this postponement, but the safety of audiences, fellow musicians and touring crew must be paramount.”

The Start Me Up rockers expect to continue the run on June 21st at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy.

Grateful: Sir Mick said on Instagram on Wednesday:

Grateful: Sir Mick said on Instagram on Wednesday: “Thank you very much for your well wishes and messages over the past few days

The Stones will also play the first of two nights at American Express Presents BST Hyde Park on Saturday June 25th, with an additional date on July 3rd.

Announcing the cancellation of the show in Amsterdam, Mick and co said: “The Rolling Stones have been forced to cancel tonight’s concert in Amsterdam at the Johan Cruijff Arena after Mick Jagger tested positive after showing symptoms of on arrival at the stadium had detected Covid.

“The Rolling Stones deeply regret the postponement tonight, but the safety of the audience, fellow musicians and touring crew must be paramount.

“The show will be rescheduled at a later date. Tickets for tonight’s show will be honored for the rescheduled date. Prepare for details.’

Tough: In a recent update on social media, they said,

Tough: In a recent update on social media, they said, “The Rolling Stones deeply regret this postponement, but the safety of audiences, fellow musicians and the touring crew must come first.”

Sir Mick apologized to the band’s Dutch fans, saying on Twitter: “I’m so sorry that we had to postpone tonight’s show in Amsterdam at such short notice.

“Unfortunately I have just tested positive for Covid. We try to reschedule the appointment as soon as possible and get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Mike.’

Only those who are fully vaccinated by their third booster dose are allowed to enter the Netherlands, provided they present proof of vaccination.

Anyone who has contracted Covid within the last 180 days must provide proof of recovery from COVID-19 upon entry into the Netherlands with the NHS Covid Pass, which is more than 11 days old from the date of issue.

The band returned to the UK stage at Anfield Football Stadium on Thursday last week.

Upset: Sir Mick apologized to the band's Dutch fans on Monday, saying on Twitter:

Upset: Sir Mick apologized to the band’s Dutch fans on Monday, saying on Twitter: “I’m so sorry we had to postpone tonight’s show in Amsterdam at such short notice.”

The Stones will also play two shows at BTS Hyde Park in London this summer.

Meanwhile, Mick was always the rock star as he and the Rolling Stones put on a stunning performance.

The band performed in Liverpool for the first time in 50 years and put on an energetic production as they continued their European Sixty Tour.

Concerned: On Tuesday, Sir Mick's son Lucas, 23, expressed tearful concern for his father after he tested positive for Covid and had to be reassured by mum Luciana Gimenez

Concerned: On Tuesday, Sir Mick’s son Lucas, 23, expressed tearful concern for his father after he tested positive for Covid and had to be reassured by mum Luciana Gimenez

The legendary frontman wore a red and black leather jacket for the performance, layered over a diamond embellished shirt.

Steve Jordan is touring with the band following the death of longtime drummer Charlie Watts, who died on August 24, 2021 at the age of 80.

Mick was previously forced to postpone Stones performances in 2019 after being told he needed surgery and three months off to get a heart valve replacement.

Tour: The band returned to the UK stage at Anfield Football Stadium on Thursday last week (pictured)

Tour: The band returned to the UK stage at Anfield Football Stadium on Thursday last week (pictured)