Coronavirus: 5 Seconds of Summer’s Ashton Irwin is ‘starting to get sick’

5 Seconds of Summer drummer Ashton Irwin admitted he was feeling unwell earlier this week, as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise.

And on Friday, his bandmate Luke Hemmings gave an update on his condition.

Luke told Sunrise via video link: ‘I talked to him today and he said he was feeling better. So I don’t know if it was related [to coronavirus] or not.’

Under the weather: 5 Seconds of Summer drummer Ashton Irwin (pictured) admitted he was feeling unwell earlier this week, as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise

‘But he seems to be doing good today,’ the guitarist added.

On Tuesday, Ashton spoke about his poor health on Twitter. ‘I’m starting to get sick… luckily enough, I am young and hopefully my immune system will be able to fight this off,’ he said.

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Meanwhile, 5SOS bassist Calum Hood is in self-isolation amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

‘It’s definitely a crazy time. I never thought I would live to see a pandemic like this’, the 24-year-old musician told The Daily Telegraph on Thursday.

‘He seems to be doing good today’: On Friday, Ashton’s bandmate Luke Hemmings gave an update on his condition. He said, ‘I talked to him today and he said he was feeling better’

With Calum unwell – his management said there is no evidence he has COVID-19 – it means 5SOS had to get creative to promote their fourth studio album, CALM. 

‘It has redefined the way we approach our album release because we can’t be together or around large groups of people,’ he said.

As a result, the band has released a series of behind-the-scenes videos to satisfy the appetite of their global fanbase. 

Better safe than sorry: Meanwhile, 5SOS bassist Calum Hood (pictured) is in self-isolation amid the COVID-19 outbreak 

What an achievement! The Australian rockers recently hit a career milestone when their third studio album, Youngblood, racked up a billion streams. Pictured on January 25 in Beverly Hills

The Australian rockers recently hit a career milestone when their third studio album, Youngblood, racked up a billion streams.   

It comes as the number of coronavirus cases in Australia continues to escalate.

As of Friday morning, there are 2,996 confirmed cases in the country, including 13 deaths.

Pandemic: As of Friday morning, there are 2,996 confirmed cases in Australia, including 13 deaths

New album: 5 Seconds of Summer’s fourth studio album, CALM, is out now 

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