Taylor Swift Eras tour in Madrid ends with 35% of concertgoers infected with Covid-19

During the European leg of her Eras Tour, Taylor Swift took the stage in Madrid on May 29 and 30, attracting approximately 130,000 attendees over the two days.

However, shortly after the concert, reports surfaced online suggesting that thousands of people may have contracted COVID-19.

Large gatherings like these concerts are often associated with the potential for spreading the virus, as people from many different locations, sometimes even from different countries, come together.

After a concert in Madrid, a popular Spanish Swifties account conducted a poll among its followers, asking if they were experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. after attending Swift’s concerts or not.

Of the 10,796 respondents, 35%, or 3,780 individuals, said they were sick.

Descriptions of symptoms shared by attendees included cough, sore throat, body aches and fever, with some experiencing severe discomfort and difficulty speaking.

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Despite the discomfort, some Swifties humorously treated their positive COVID test results as a unique souvenir from the Eras Tour, viewing it as an unexpected bonus rather than a setback.

Concerns about the potential spread of COVID are not limited to European cities.

In the United States, health experts are warning of a possible “summer wave” of COVID-19 infections, driven by new Omicron sub-variants such as the KP.3 variant and the JN virus .1 promote.

These variants now account for more than 50% of cases in the US, with infection rates expected to increase in several states, including California, Washington DC, Florida, New Jersey and Texas.

While some people may joke about their COVID experiences, the situation highlights the ongoing challenge of controlling the spread of the virus, even in the context of large-scale events such as concert tours.

Reports from French Swifties experiencing similar symptoms after Swift’s Paris concerts highlight the broader impact of such gatherings.

Concerns have also been raised about potential COVID cases among concertgoers during the US leg of the tour last year, despite the extent of their contribution to virus transmission is still unclear.

During this tour in Spain, Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds and their young ladies were present.

The family attended Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour show in Spain to show their support for their friend. Lively, 36, was spotted in the VIP area at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid with three young girls who appeared to be the couple’s eldest daughters: James, 9, Inez, 7, and Betty, 4.

Lively, wearing a white long-sleeved shirt and denim shorts, was captured on fan footage giving a refreshment to one of the children before the show. In addition, Haim sisters were also present at the event.

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