Bad Habits singer Ed Sheeran has been ordered to self-quarantine himself at his Suffolk home after coming in contact with a Covid-19 person. This is the second time in few weeks that the singer is forced to get quarantine for not less than ten days, since his last visit to the Euro 2020 quarter-finals.
A source reported to The Sun, the singer has tested negative of Covid-19 multiple times, yet it is not known that where and when he came in contact with the Covid-19 person.
The singer was busy promoting his latest album song Bad Habits, before he was forced to self-isolate himself for the second time. The musician was last seen on June 29, while he was cheering for Euro 2020 quarter-finals at Wembley along with Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George, and David Beckham in the Wembley’s Royal Box for the match of England along with Germany.
Currently, the singer has to postpone the promotions of his latest single Bad Habits.
As per the source of The Sun, “It’s a bit of a nightmare for Ed, but what can you do? He’s obviously followed the rules, and headed straight home when he was told to. Unfortunately, this has come while he’s in the middle of a major comeback after a hiatus, but he’ll have to work around it for the ten days.”
Recently, he also made an appearance on the Late Show with James Corden. He celebrated a year-and-a-half hiatus comeback of his singing career. Ed Sheeran has earlier revealed that after being father, he got busy with fatherhood work for his baby. Sheeran and wife Cherry Seaborn had welcome a baby girl last year in September.