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Daniel Craig Tests Positive For COVID, Prompting Cancellation Of ‘Macbeth’ Shows

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Daniel Craig has tested positive for COVID-19 and, as a result, the diagnosis has led to the cancellation of at least two shows of the Broadway production he’s starring in, Macbeth.

The production’s official Twitter account made the announcement, saying that Saturday’s matinee and evening performances of Macbeth have been cancelled after the “No Time to Die” star tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this afternoon. READ MORE: Daniel Craig Shares the Joke Queen Elizabeth Made at His Expense “We apologize for the inconvenience this causes ticket holders, but the safety of our audiences, the cast and crew remains our top priority.

All tickets for the cancelled performance will be refunded at the original point of purchase,” the statement continued. READ MORE: Daniel Craig Starts Bleeding During Interview, Jokes 'This Is 17 Years Playing Bond' The Broadway production also said all tickets for the cancelled performances will be refunded.

At this point, it’s unclear if Craig’s diagnosis means more shows down the road will be impacted. It’s also unclear if the 54-year-old actor is exhibiting any symptoms.

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