Charlie Puth has tested positive for the contagious coronavirus.

The singer cautioned his fans to “be safe and careful this holiday season” after he tested positive for COVID-19

The “Attention” singer,  announced his health situation on Twitter Wednesday, telling fans that he’s “not feeling amazing” and to “be safe and careful this holiday season.”

“I tested positive for Covid this morning,” Puth began stating. “I’m not feeling amazing but I think the worst is behind me. I write you this update, feeling like complete ass, in hopes that you will be safe and careful this holiday season. Love you and I’ll speak to you very soon.”

The post shared by Charlie Puth was then filled with fans wishing him with a speedy recovery and staying strong where his mother, Debra, tweeted: “I’m so glad you are vaccinated.”

Within this year, Charlie Puth shared the news of him getting vaccinated for COVID-19 writing on social media: “I got my second shot today feeling a little wooooozy and loopy.”

Charlie Puth is among the latest American celebrity who tested positive for COVID-19 after Billie Eilish who also shared the news of being diagnosed with COVID-19 after she got vaccinated in August.

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Eilish praised the COVD-19 vaccine, telling Stern, “I think if I weren’t vaccinated, I would have, like, died, because it was bad … When I say it was bad, I more just mean that it felt horrible. But really, in the scheme of COVID, it was not bad. You know what I mean? When you’re sick, you feel f—ing horrible.”

The U.S is currently facing a spike in the COVID-19 cases, with an increasing number of cases coming from the newly diagnosed contagious omicron variant. On Wednesday, the citizens were warned by the CDC of a potential jump in the cases this January 2022, due to the new variant where the first case has been identified in the US a week ago.

Anthony Fauci highlighted that despite growing cases for COVID-19, booster shots are highly effective in preventing severe illness among people.

“Our booster vaccine regimens work against omicron,” he said Wednesday, per The New York Times. “At this point, there is no need for a very specific booster. And so the message remains clear: If you are unvaccinated get vaccinated, and particularly in the arena of omicron if you are fully vaccinated, get your booster shot.”