Taylor Swift's Album Party Turns SUPER-SPREADER Of Coronavirus, Nearly 100 Attendees Test Covid-19 Positive-Report

Taylor Swift had no connection to the event whatsoever and she wasn’t attending the party.

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Taylor Swift's Album Party Turns SUPER-SPREADER Of Coronavirus, Nearly 100 Attendees Test Covid-19 Positive-Report
Taylor Swift’s fans from Sydney, Australia have raised eyebrows across the globe after their celebration for the release of American singer’s latest album turned into a deadly affair. 

According to Fox News, many Taylor Swift fans were gathered at the December 10 Sydney event- 'On Repeat: Taylor Swift Red Party in celebration of the singer's 'Red (Taylor's Version)'. However, in an unfortunate turn of events, the attendees were reportedly asked to "immediately get tested" and isolate for seven days after "at least 97 positive cases" have been confirmed.

Incidentally, Taylor Swift had no connection to the event whatsoever and she wasn’t attending the party. 

"NSW Health is asking all household contacts of close contacts to get tested and self isolate until a negative result is received by everyone in the household," Fox News quoted NSW's report issuing a public health alert.


The statement further notes, “NSW Health is urgently contacting 600 people who attended Metro Theatre at this time and checked in via the QR code and is directing them and members of their households to immediately to get tested and follow public health advice.”

"NSW Health is appealing for anyone who attended but did not check in using the QR code to urgently get tested and isolate and for the community to ensure other potential attendees are aware of this advice," the alert adds. "NSW Health is reminding everyone of the importance of maintaining Covid-safe practices as the transmission is occurring at social events during the festive period," the statement concludes.


The authorities have also alerted people about the fines for those "who fail to comply with the isolation, testing and quarantine requirements."

The reports further added that the fines have increased to USD 5,000 for individuals (from USD 1,000) and USD 10,000 for corporations (from USD 5,000). 


For the unversed, Swift gifted her fans the re-recording of her hit 2012 album 'Red', last month. It is the second album she rerecorded after releasing 'Fearless (Taylor's version) in April.

Image Source: Instagram/TaylorSwift