Pop band Genesis has postponed four days of the UK touring “due to a good Covid-19 test in one”.

The group said it will reorganize the show which will take place in Glasgow on Friday and at London’s O2 on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Genesis did not say who tested positive for the coronavirus.

Latest dominoes? the trip began in September after being postponed for nearly a year due to an infectious disease.


Singer Phil Collins, 70, was working on sitting and was unable to play guitar due to ongoing health problems, including back problems after surgery.

He said last month that “he is now having a hard time holding a drum,” and has been replaced by his 20-year-old son, Nicholas, in the back of a suitcase a record lable.

The way was paved for a tour – the first band since 2007 – by 71-year-old keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist Mike Rutherford and the band’s co-founders.

Genesis released their first six albums in the UK in the 1980s and 1990s, as well as songs including Land of Confusion, Invisible Touch and I Can’t Dance.

A team statement said: “This is a huge disappointment for a group of people who have been devastated by this tragedy.”

“They don’t like doing these things, but the safety of the public and the team will be a priority. They can’t wait to see you when they return.”

The group, which has sold more than $ 21 million, will begin its North American tour in Chicago on November 15.