Ozzy Osbourne was scheduled to head to Switzerland in early April to receive treatment for Parkinson’s Disease, but that trip has been put on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Wife/manager Sharon Osbourne talked about the canceled trip on the latest edition of The Talk saying, “We had to cancel our trip to Switzerland. And we were meant to go the eighth of April, but we had to cancel for his treatment. And we’re just hanging in like everybody else. You know, just trying to stay away, and be quiet, and just, you know, hold it in there.”

Ozzy’s treatment in Switzerland was slated to last between six and eight weeks, which forced him to postpone the North American leg of his “No More Tours 2” farewell tour.

Sharon continued, “But I honestly find this such frightening times. I just think it’s a really, really frightening time to be alive… I cry every day when I watch the death toll go up, and more and more people catch this virus, and I’m just you know, devastated by it. For me, I’m like, you know, heartbroken.”

Sharon also mentioned her daughter, Aimee, had to undergo emergency surgery saying, “Yesterday, Aimee was taken into hospital. She had an emergency operation to remove her appendix. So, just the worst time to be in a hospital… She’s fine, she’s fine now, thank God. She’s out of pain, and she’s recuperating.”


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