Two of them were vaccinated, and both Reba McEntire and her partner contracted COVID-19.
Recent tests have both been positive, albeit completely vaccinated, for the virus and Reba, the 66-year-old country music singer and her partner, Rex Linn, have now called on people to “remain safe,” regardless of whether they received their immunisation.
“I want only to say one thing: It’s been a tough year, and it’s getting rugged again, she stated in a recent TikTok video. You guys, keep secure, please. Wear your mask. You wear your mask. Do what you must do. Do what you must. Just stay home. Stay home.
“To get this isn’t enjoyable. I just got it. I did it. It’s not enjoyable, Rex and I got it. You do not feel well. You do not feel good. We’ve both been vaccinated, and we have it, so be safe, remain at home and be protected as much as possible.”
In other places in her life, Reba admits that she’s not sure how the ongoing epidemic has affected her intentions to go on tour next year.
She said: “I don’t know what the following year plans are. You know, COVID-19 really got whacked and spikes happen all across the country now… now this new version is all over the country.