John Prine Left

John Prine has left this mortal coil. Their is a massive hole where creativity, genius and art once lived. His impact was enormous.

Songwriter John Prine dies from coronavirus infection at age 73

Great lyrist influenced generations the songwriters,no more.

John Prine in January 2020

John Prine, the gravely voiced singer with a generational touch for songwriting, died Tuesday from complications from the coronavirus. He was 73.

Prine entered the hospital in his adopted hometown of Nashville on March 26 due to his coronavirus symptoms, his family announced. 

His wife Fiona Prine tweeted on March 20 that she had the virus and she later announced on March 30 that she had recovered.

Rep. Ben McAdams: Utah Democrat contracted the illness earlier in March. He has been released from the hospital and no longer has to live in a room in the basement apart from his family.

“I’m virus-free at this point, but still some lingering effects. It hit me pretty hard so I’m still pretty weak. I lost over 10 pounds. My body, I think, is still trying to adjust to a pretty major shock. … I felt like I’d been hit by a truck,” the Rep. McAdams said on Monday to KSL.

Rep. Joe Cunningham: South Carolina Democrat tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing the loss of his senses of taste and smell, which can be symptoms of the infection.

Rep. Mike Kelly: Pennsylvania Republican tested positive for the virus after “experiencing mild flu-like symptoms.”

John Bessler: The husband of Democratic Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is on the mend after suffering significantly from the coronavirus.

“I think a lot a people have it worse than we did, in that he got out of the hospital,” Sen. Klobuchar remarked on CNN, according to Politico. “He had a temperature over 100 degrees for ten days, and then he ended up going in after he was coughing up blood for tests and X-rays. They checked him right away and said he had pneumonia. And he was on oxygen for four or five days, and then somehow turned the corner, and he’s now recovering at home. They still don’t know when he won’t be contagious, so I am going to go wave to him outside the window.”

Jackson Browne: Well-known musician tested positive for coronavirus, though he said he had mild symptoms.

“My symptoms are really pretty mild, so I don’t require any kind of medication and certainly not hospitalization or anything like that,” Browne told Rolling Stone.

Harvey Weinstein: Convicted criminal and former Hollywood producer tested positive for the virus, according to Michael Powers, the president of the New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association.

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson: Actor and actress couple revealed that they tested positive for the virus while in Australia. They recently announced that they have returned to the U.S.

Chris Cuomo: CNN anchor on Tuesday tweeted that he had developed symptoms and subsequently tested positive for the illness. He plans to continue working from the basement of his house where he is quarantined.

Andy Cohen: Bravo television personality, who hosts the channel’s “Watch What Happens Live” program, tested positive for the virus. He has returned to hosting the television program, but is doing so remotely from his home.

Boris Johnson: The British prime minister tested positive after developing “mild symptoms” and saidhe will keep leading his country’s effort to combat the virus while he’s at home.

Prince Charles: The Prince of Wales contracted the virus but is no longer in self-isolation.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau: The wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tested positive for the virus but said in a Saturday Facebook postthat she’s doing well.

“I wanted to give you all an update: I am feeling so much better and have received the all clear from my physician and Ottawa Public Health,” she wrote. 

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