Sebastian Yatra is in quarantine for coronavirus after returning from Spain


The colombian singer Sebastian Yatra it has been subjected to a quarantine voluntarily after returning from Spain, the second country of Europe with more cases of coronavirus.

The interpreter Runaway it is isolated in the city of Medellin and supervised by the Ministry of Health of Colombia for being a potential patient of COVID-19.

The singer shared the news with his followers through a direct from the airport El Dorado in Bogota, on his return from Madrid, and using a face mask.

The colombian explained that you need to be in isolation for 14 days, according to orders from the Ministry of Health and the Government.

“I’m going to take the opportunity to be with my family these days, please take care, wash hands. It is very crazy all. Let’s try to handle this in the best way possible,” he said.

“Do not enter into panic, but we do have to be aware of what is going on around the world,” said Yatra.

In another post on his account Instagram, the singer posted a video with the 10 most important points to be well-informed about the coronavirus and encouraged his followers to prepare for and prevent the spread of the virus.

In addition, he said that it was well located, and stressed that their quarantine is only preventive, as their fans worried a lot to see your direct using a face mask.

Yatra announced they will again start their tour of Spain in June and will then be as the opening act of Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin in the united States and Canada.