KISS frontman Paul Stanley wipes his nose as he approaches LA restaurant without his mask on… after recovering from COVID-19
KISS frontman Paul Stanley has been pictured approaching a West Hollywood restaurant without his mask on after recovering from COVID-19.
The rocker, 69, was spotted Monday walking through the parking lot with a mask in hand before touching his nose and entering the outdoor dining section of the establishment.
Paul announced he had recovered from COVID-19 on August 30, four days after testing positive for the disease.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health guidelines state that those who have tested positive for coronavirus should self-isolate at home for a minimum of ten days to prevent spreading the infection.
Stepping out: KISS frontman Paul Stanley was pictured Monday approaching a West Hollywood restaurant without his mask on, nearly two weeks after announcing he had tested positive for COVID-19
The rock legend kept it casual for the occasion with his V-neck black T-shirt, tattered jeans, and brown suede shoes.
There was no missing his famous head full of wavy black locks.
Since announcing his COVID-19 diagnosis on August 26, Paul has been keeping fans updated on his condition on social media.
Over the weekend he revealed just how brutal his ‘mild’ case of COVID was as he tweeted a photo of Frankenstein.
Don’t touch your face! The rocker, 69, was spotted Monday walking through the parking lot with a mask in hand before touching his nose
Low-key: The rock legend kept it casual for the occasion with his V-neck black T-shirt, tattered jeans, and brown suede shoes
‘They say I had MILD Covid… I felt like this,’ Paul tweeted alongside an image of the monster.
However, Paul was seen defying public health orders last week when he was spotted entering a hotel without a mask on, despite tweeting two days later that he had to remain isolated for a ‘few more days.’
‘REST!! Doctor’s orders so we can hit the road running on Sept. 9th. Staying clear of people for a few more days. Do I think my “freedom” ever includes jeopardizing other people’s health?… No, I don’t,’ he tweeted along with a selfie.
Inside look: Since announcing his COVID-19 diagnosis on August 25, Paul has been keeping fans updated on his condition on social media
He informed his fans on August 26 that he had been sick with ‘flu-like symptoms’ and learned that he was positive that afternoon.
The band released a statement shortly after, announcing it had to postpone its performance at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania that night in light of the news.
The ‘I Was Made for Lovin’ You’ star then revealed on August 30 that he was fully recovered – but county rules would require him to continue to isolate.
Ouch: Stanley revealed just how brutal his ‘mild’ case of COVID was as he posted a photo of Frankenstein to his Twitter account
‘My COVID symptoms were MILD compared to many others and let me tell you… It kicked my a**. It’s over now,’ he said on Twitter.
KISS announced on August 31 bassist Gene Simmons had also tested positive with coronavirus, forcing the band to cancel another four shows to allow for his recovery.
The statement said: ‘While Paul Stanley recently tweeted that he has recovered from COVID, Gene Simmons has now tested positive and is experiencing mild symptoms.
‘The band and crew will remain at home and isolate for the next 10 days and doctors have indicated the tour should be able to resume on September 9th at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA.’
All members of the band and crew involved in the KISS End of the Road World Tour have been fully vaccinated, the statement said. And Stanley only felt mild symptoms.
Rock sensations: Stanley pictured with Tommy Thayer performing in Saratoga Springs in 2014