"Hello folks. Fast note to let you know that I've tragically tried positive for Covid, so I'm currently holing up and adhering to government rules," the vocalist musician posted on Instagram.
"It implies that I'm currently incapable to furrow ahead with any in person responsibilities for the present, so I'll do as a significant number of my arranged meetings/exhibitions I can from my home.
"Conciliatory sentiments to anybody I've let down. Be protected everybody."
Sheeran was expected to show up as a visitor on "Saturday Night Live" on November 6.
It isn't promptly known whether he will be supplanted or the appearance will be changed to a virtual one, reports variety.com.
The artist has a few show dates arranged across the UK and Europe, yet they don't initiate until April 2022.
Be that as it may, what will be influenced are limited time exercises around his new collection from his fourth studio collection, set to be delivered on October 29 - his first full independent collection beginning around 2017's blockbuster "Separation".
The performer will likewise peruse out a sleep time story on UK telecaster BBC's "CBeebies Bedtime Stories" program on November 5, accessible on the CBeebies station and on BBC iPlayer.
Sheeran will peruse "I Talk Like a River" by Jordan Scott and Sydney Smith.
It's the account of a kid with a falter, whose father helps him by clarifying that the progression of his words resembles a waterway. The artist encountered a falter himself as a youngster.
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