Ringo Starr is minding his health.

On Saturday night, the 82-year-old former Beatles drummer was set to perform at the Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo, Mic., but cancelled the show at the last minute, due to COVID-19 illness.

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“Tonight Ringo and His All Starr Band (featuring Steve Lukather, Edgar Winter, Colin Hay, Hamish Stuart, Warren Ham and Gregg Bissonette) are very disappointed to announce that they will not be able to play their show at Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo, MI tonight,” the casino shared in a Facebook post.

“Ringo is sick and was hoping he could carry on, hence the late decision, but it has affected his voice so tonight’s show, scheduled to begin in a few hours, is canceled. Ringo does not have Covid. Ringo and the band send Peace and Love to all the fans who came out tonight and hope to see you all soon.”

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Hours later, the Mystic Lake Casino in Minnesota announced that Starr’s show there would also be postponed due to his illness, incorrectly adding, “Ringo does not have COVID-19.”

As it turned out, though, a new announcement confirmed that Starr did indeed test positive for COVID.

“It has been confirmed today that Ringo has Covid and the tour will be on hold while Ringo recuperates,” it read. “Ringo hopes to resume as soon as possible and is recovering at home. As always, he and the All Starrs send peace and love to their fans and hope to see them back out on the road soon. We will keep fans updated with any further news or changes.”

Starr and His All Starr Band are on their North American tour, with their next show scheduled for Tuesday in Winnipeg.