Two weeks after the celebration of his birthday at the Palm Springs, California, the CEO and chairman of the world’s largest music company, Universal Music Group, Sir Lucian Grainge, has tested positive for coronavirus and has been hospitalized.
At his 60th birthday bash, in attendance were some of the biggest power players which included the legendary music manager Irving Azoff, British billionaire Philip Green, Activision Blizzard the CEO of Bobby Kotick, Kris Jenner, and late-night TV host James Corden.
Sir Lucian Grainge testing positive to coronavirus has caused panic amongst the host of moguls that were in attendance for his birthday bash in late February.
Grainge whose host of artists includes Justin Bieber, Drake and Taylor Swift is been quarantined and treated at the Los Angeles’ UCLA Medical Center.
A staff at his Santa Monica Office (Headquarters) was sent home on Friday after testing positive to the coronavirus, a source revealed. This has prompted the indefinite closing down of the building.
The Universal Music Group sent an internal memo that read; “We have just been informed that there is a confirmed case of infection in an employee based in our 2220 Colorado Avenue offices.
“Accordingly and out of an abundance of caution, we are immediately closing all of our Santa Monica offices, and all Santa Monica staff are required to work from home until further notice.”
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