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The Rolling Stones plan to return to Amsterdam on July 7 to make up for a concert that was canceled earlier this week after lead singer Mick Jagger tested positive for COVID-19, promoter Mojo said on Wednesday.

In a tweet shared on Wednesday, the Stones said Mick Jagger was feeling much better. “All other dates from next week are scheduled to go ahead as planned,” the group added in a separate tweet.

The Stones’ Monday performance was canceled at the last minute after Jagger experienced coronavirus symptoms at Amsterdam’s Johan Cruyff Arena.

This forced the band to also postpone a concert scheduled for Friday in Bern, Switzerland, as a spokesperson for the band said the 78-year old Jagger had quarantined in the Netherlands for at least five days.

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