Rammstein leader Till Lindemann’s coronavirus was not confirmed

The frontman of the German group Rammstein, Till Lindemann, was placed in the intensive care unit of a Berlin hospital with suspicion of coronavirus.

This was reported by Deutsche Welle with reference to the German edition of Bild.

 

It is noted that the 57-year-old performer was on tour in Russia last week. On his return, he was diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2, and then he was diagnosed with pneumonia.

In the evening there was a message on Rammstein’s Facebook page that Lindemann’s suspicion of coronavirus was not confirmed.

“Teal spent one night in the ICU and today he’s being transferred to another ward because he’s feeling better. The test for the coronavirus was negative,” the report said.