Travis Barker disclosed that he tested positive for coronavirus just two months after his battle with life-threatening pancreatitis.
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On Thursday, Travis Barker shared the news about his current health problems on Instagram.
He posted a photo of himself sitting in a dimly lit room while seemingly playing drums on a table.
Barker ended the article with a comment that said, Covid sucks. I'd rather be playing drums.
The drummer for Blink-182 was most recently performing drums for his friend Machine Gun Kellys' Mainstream Sellout Tour, which is expected to finish in October this year.
Travis Barker took to social media to express their concern for the drummer's health. Most of them wrote heartfelt messages for him, while others encouraged him to take care of himself.
Moreover, some supporters wish him a speedy recovery, others encouraged Barker to concentrate more on his health.
A fan said, Good day.
While another responded with, Oh no!!! Feel better!!!.
I hope you're feeling better soon, as someone mentioned. You, Kourt, and the children are all in my thoughts. Sending my sincere sympathies to you all.
Travis Barkers' latest health ailment comes two months after he was admitted to hospital for pancreatitis in late June. The illness was caused by inflammation in his pancreas.
When he was released, the 46-year-old shared the details of his experience on his Instagram Story.
Barker stated that he went to the hospital for a routine checkup. During the surgery, one of his pancreatic drainage tubes was damaged.
I went into an endoscopy Monday feeling great. However, after dinner, I developed severe pain and have been hospitalized ever since.
During the endoscopy, a very small polyp was removed right in a very sensitive area, usually handled by professionals, which unfortunately damaged a critical pancreatic drainage tube, according to the gentleman.
Throughout the time that Barkers was hospitalized in Los Angeles, his wife and celebrity, Kourtney Kardashian, was by his side.
She said, Oh what a horrible and ecstatic week it has been. Sometimes we take for granted how quickly things can go wrong. Travis and I had a routine endoscopy together and he developed severe, life-threatening pancreatitis.
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