Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have tested negative for COVID-19 after possible exposure to the virus.
During their Facebook Live acoustic concert special #GarthRequestLive2, the couple announced they are COVID-19-free.
“We all tested,” said Brooks. “Everybody tested negative, including the possible exposure, which ended up not being a possible exposure… so we’re back.”
According to a press release on July 6, the couple were feeling “fine,” but someone in their camp was “possibly exposed” to the virus.
JUST IN: @GarthBrooks & @TrishaYearwood have moved their July 7 Facebook concert & postponed Inside Studio G after the Garth/Trisha camp was possibly exposed to #COVID19, according to their management. The two are fine but the camp will quarantine for 2 weeks. @WKRN
— Josh Breslow (@JoshBreslowWKRN) July 6, 2020
Brooks and Yearwood returned with an hour-long livestream concert Tuesday night, which included covers of Bob Dylan, Bob Seger, Eagles, and Bill Withers.
Among Brooks’ own hits, they performed “Thunder Rolls”, “Callin’ Baton Rouge”, and the classic “Friends in Low Places”.