David Allan Coe Hospitalized With COVID-19

David Allan Coe Hospitalized With COVID-19 | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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Country music legend David Allan Coe is currently in the hospital after testing positive for COVID-19.

According to Saving Country Music, his wife Kim said he is receiving treatment, including oxygen, high doses of vitamins, and is being fed intravenously. But Coe is not currently intubated, is said to be awake, alert, talking to doctors, and his condition is improving.

It was first announced on August 16, 2021, that the live appearances scheduled for August 20th and 21st were postponed due to concerns over rising cases of COVID-19.

Four days later, the singer’s Facebook page announced that all remaining shows in August and September had been postponed. According to the post, Coe, his wife Kimberly, and the family had tested positive for COVID-19. Both Kimberly’s son and grandson tested positive as well, and have been recuperating at their home in Ormond Beach, Florida.

Throughout the months of June and July, the 81-year-old had to postpone certain shows but the reason wasn’t disclosed to the public.

Wishing a safe and quick recovery to Coe and his family!

Watch the video below to see Coe perform his song, “If That Ain’t Country.”

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