Stevie Nicks Warns About COVID-19, Will Release New Concert Film in Movie Theaters, Medical Experts Warn About Theaters
Stevie Nicks is warning the public about COVID-19, and promoting her new concert film, “Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert,” which will be released in movie theaters and drive-ins on Oct. 21 and 25 (VIDEO BELOW).
Infectious disease experts have warned people not to go to movie theaters (confined indoor spaces) because of the contagious coronavirus that has killed 210,000 people, notes CNBC, Healthline, and AV Club.
During an interview with the Associated Press, Nicks warned people about not taking COVID-19 seriously, without a hint of irony:
I don’t feel like the whole world is really getting behind getting this to go away. I feel like people are just thinking it really is just magically going away. All it takes is a few people that don’t wear a mask to spread.
Just let one person catch it from you and there it goes — it’s like the never-ending story. That worries me because I’m going, “Will it really be gone by the end of 2021? Will it be safe next year for us to walk into Madison Square Garden?” I don’t know that it will.