Christian singer songwriter Lauren Daigle has announced the postponement of part of her upcoming world tour in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The American artist, who wrote top single 'You Say,' made the announcement to her 141,000 Twitter followers on Friday morning.
The post on social media explains that "when we are out on the road, my heart is to give you a place to escape, a space to laugh, dance, sing and experience joy without worry.
"In response to the COVID-19 developments, we've decided to reschedule our upcoming shows from tomorrow through to 29th April," she adds.
Daigle has apologised to fans and ensured that all ticket sales for rescheduled shows will be honoured but reiterates that "they are keeping everyone's health and safety in mind."
The novel coronavirus, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan, now has over 125,000 confirmed cases worldwide and has been officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation.
US President Donald Trump has imposed a 30-day ban on travellers from 26 European countries starting from Friday as cases continue to escalate.
In the UK, all games in the Premier League have been suspended until 3rd April.