Cross, known for its successful “Sailing” and “Arthur’s Theme”, winning a Grammy Award, said that it was important to make people aware of the dangerousness of the virus.
“I’m not used to discuss medical problems on social networks,” said Cross Friday on Facebook and Instagram. “But I do so in the hope that it will help other people to understand how this disease is serious and contagious.”
The musician has called the virus “may be the worst disease I have ever known”.
Cross implored his supporters to self-quarantine, to wash hands frequently and avoid touching their face to help stop the spread of the virus.
“For those of you who may still believe that the virus COVID-19 is real, or think that it is a” hoax “or a part of a conspiracy, I advise you to understand from now on that it is a deadly disease spreading like wildfire. around the world, ” said Cross.
He also shared a link to the page of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States on the coronavirus.
In 1981, Cross became the first person to win all four major categories at the Grammy Awards in a single year with his first album, “Christopher Cross”. The feat has remained unmatched until this year when the singer Billie Eilish won the record of the year, album of the year, song of the year and best new artist in January.