Singer Till Lindemann. - FMB / WENN.COM / SIPA

Rammstein singer Till Lindemann is said to be in intensive care after being infected with the coronavirus, reports Ouest-France , citing the German daily Bild . Supported by a hospital in Berlin, the artist's life prognosis would no longer be engaged.

The singer would now be "out of danger"

After a solo concert in Moscow, Till Lindemann would have felt the first symptoms on March 15, thinking he had contracted pneumonia with a high fever. Urgently hospitalized in Germany, he was then diagnosed with Covid-19. According to Le Figaro , his condition has now gone from "critical" to "healthier" and "out of danger".

For the moment, the summer tour of the group Rammstein is still maintained, they should be in France in July.


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