Two american musicians are dead, after both had been tested positive with corona virus.

It is about Alan Merrill, who are behind the iconic hit ‘I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll, and country music singer Joe Diffie, who both lost their lives at the weekend.

It will write CNN and musikmediet Alan Merrill was 69 years, while Joe Diffie was 61 years old.

This is Alan Merrill’s daughter Laura Merrill, who in a posting on Facebook has confirmed that her father is dead.

“You don’t think that it (coronaviruses, ed.) will hit you or your strong family. But it has done so. Stay at home, if not for your own sake, then for others. For my father. Here is the reality,” she writes.

Joe Diffies death is confirmed by his bureau, Adkins Publicity, in a statement.

“Grammy-winning country music singer legend Joe Diffie died today, 29. march, of complications from coronaviruses. His family want to respect their privacy at this time,” reads the declaration.

Diffie is behind a number of countryhit from the 1990s, among other things ‘Home’ and ‘If the Devil Danced’.

Yet an american country music singer, is also in critical condition. Thursday was John Prine hospitalized after having shown symptoms of the coronavirus. It writes NBC News. On Sunday announced the family on Twitter, to Prine has been in a respirator since Saturday afternoon.

“He continues to receive treatment, but his condition is critical,” writes the family.

Prines wife and manager, Fiona Whelan Prine, was tested positive for the virus 19. march. The pair have since been in quarantine separately in their shared home.

the famous Spanish opera singer Placido Domingo has been admitted to a hospital in Mexico, after he has been infected with the coronavirus. This was stated by a spokesman for the 79-year-old Domingo to CNN.

“He is well and responding to treatment,” says in a statement.

a week ago wrote Domingo on Facebook that he had been tested positive for the covid-19.

IN the UNITED states are registered with more than 140,000 cases of the coronavirus, and more than 2000 have lost their lives.