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For The Second Time Ed Sheeran Has Been Placed In Covid Quarantine

After being informed that he had come into touch with a Covid-19 case, Ed Sheeran was forced to quarantine for the second time.

For the second time in when many weeks, the 30-year-old artist, who was last seen cheering on England from Wembley’s Royal Box as they met Germany in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals, is now self-isolating.

It’s unclear how the Shape of You singer came into contact with the Covid case, but insiders tell The Sun that he’s tested negative for the virus several times since returning to his Suffolk home.

The musician’s quarantine comes just weeks after he was ordered to self-isolate at his house for ten days after returning from promoting his latest single Bad Habits in the United States, which is presently on the UK’s amber list.

That also comes after he was seen in the Royal Box at Wembley Stadium for June 29 cheering on the Three Lions alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, and David Beckham as they watched the team play Germany.

Ed Sheeran, 30, has been forced to self-isolate for the second time after being informed that he had come into contact with a Covid-19 case. As a result of the latest quarantine, the singer will be unable to promote his new album.

‘It’s a bit of a nightmare for Ed, but what can you do?’ a source told The Sun.

‘He definitely followed the rules and returned home as soon as he was told.’

‘Unfortunately, this has occurred as he is in the midst of a major comeback following a break, but he’ll have to work around it for the next 10 days.’ It is unclear whether the singer was ordered to self-isolate via the NHS app or by Test and Trace employees.

The singer visited New York earlier this month and performed on James Corden’s talk program.

During a remote interview with Harry Potter actors Oliver and James Phelps for their podcast, Normal Not Normal, he offered an insight into the rigorous government quarantine rules as he accepted a call from the Home Office.

‘Wait, wait, government, hello?’ the musician remarked in the tape as a government official spoke with him for a few minutes to assure he was following quarantine laws.

‘It’s like getting called by your teacher,’ said the artist’s manager Stuart Camp, who was also on the conversation. Meanwhile, James Phelps remarked, ‘I just got pictures of when you’re hiding at your mate’s house and your mother phones to see if you’re alone.’

The musician was recently seen cheering on England from Wembley’s Royal Box during the Euro 2020 quarter-final match against Germany.

The musician will now have to cancel all promotional activity for his new single Bad Habits due to the latest quarantine, which was announced by the government overnight. Details of the ‘Freedom Day’ preparations made plain that the rule would be ‘essential through the autumn and winter.’

The guideline stated that ‘Test, Trace, and Isolate plays an crucial ongoing role in managing the virus and decreases the likelihood of potentially hazardous variations spreading.’

‘The Government anticipates the Test, Track, and Isolate system to be necessary throughout the autumn and winter,’ according to the documents, which also stated that exemptions from isolation for the double-jabbed and children were only ‘expected to come into force later in the summer,’ despite Sajid Javid previously stating August 16 as the start date.

The latest declaration came after official numbers revealed that the number of users ‘pinged’ by the NHS Covid-19 app in England had increased by more than 60% in only one week.

In the final seven days of June, more than 350,000 alerts were given to users, informing them that they had been in close contact with someone who had tested positive for coronavirus.

This was up from 219,391 the week before and the highest level since the data was first released in January.

Boris Johnson encouraged Britons not to uninstall the app and to keep it ‘for a little while longer’ last week, amid fears that millions of Britons will be ‘pinged’ and instructed to self-isolate every week after next Monday’s postponed Independence Day.

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