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Justin Bieber had already reduced four stadium concerts to arenas for the deadly Coronavirus outbreak earlier this year, and now according to the People Magazine, he has made a rather drastic yet responsible decision for the safety of his fans and his own.

It was reported that Justin Bieber postpones 2020 New Changes Tour due To COVID-19 pandemic. The tour was scheduled to start on May 14th at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Washington and was supposed to be finished on September 26th at the Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

The Changes singer and his team made an official announcement stating they would be postponing the tour that was planned to span through different cities of Canada and the US including Toronto, Chicago, L.A., Cleveland, and Las Vegas, until further notice.

They made it clear that the safety of the fans is the utmost priority and even though the band members, the crew, and the team of dancers had worked very hard for the show, they will not take the risk amid this situation.

The time is proving to be difficult for Justin Bieber as he has not been on a world tour since 2016 and 2017. He promised to announce new dates for his concerts as soon as the crisis are conquered asking his fans to hold on to the tickets to the canceled events.

The globally adored singer released his first album in 5 years in February that comprises of songs like ‘Intentions’ and ‘yummy’. People Magazine has revealed that in October the newly married musician expressed his excitement for the tours and the release of a new record.

For its promotion, he had taken on YouTube recording a 10-part docu-series dealing with subjects like his marriage with the model Hailey Baldwin, his mental health struggle, and personal life.

The current pandemic has proved to be a troubling time for performing artists with the cancellation of public events causing a major fall in their income. Other famous musicians like Camila Cabello, Miley Cyrus, and many more were also forced to postpone their performances.