Tyler Hubbard Isolating After Positive COVID-19 Test

Tyler Hubbard Isolating After Positive COVID-19 Test

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard revealed via Instagram Monday he has tested positive for COVID-19, leading to the country duo pulling out of their performance at the Country Music Association Awards (CMAs) tomorrow night.

Hubbard said he’s currently asymptomatic with the novel coronavirus and is quarantining on his tour bus.


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Some of y’all guessed it….. Got the Rona. Asymptomatic. Quarantining on bus. Miss my family. Writing songs. Thankful.

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Haley Hubbard shared through her Instagram stories the rest of the family has tested negative and has been in isolation since Tyler received his first positive test last week.

She noted there have been moments of difficulty, particularly with “a newborn that I can’t see for 14 days and two very active toddlers,” but found positivity regardless.

“After my ‘moment’ I chose to think of all the MANY positive things, one being that I get lots of one on one time with Olivia and Luca,” she wrote. “There’s so much to be grateful for and I can’t wait for Tyler to finish his quarantine so we can all be together as a family again!!”

Lee Brice announced Monday he tested positive for the virus, canceling his CMAs performance as well.