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Paul Stanley from KISS was spotted walking into a hotel without a mask just five days after he cancelled gigs and said he had tested positive with COVID-19. The 69-year-old rocker confirmed his infection on Twitter in the early hours last Friday (27/08), after cancelling a performance with his band as a result. But on Tuesday, Paul was caught on camera exiting a car and walking into the Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood, California, USA without a mask. It comes despite him tweeting yesterday (2): "Staying clear of people for a few more days." A fan recognised him straight away as he walked by the hotel and whipped out their phone to record. The guitarist confirmed that he had been sick with "flu-like symptoms" and tested positive on Thursday afternoon on social media. His band released a statement postponing that evening's performance at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. According to LA County Public Health, after receiving a positive result from a COVID test you must self-isolate at home for a minimum of ten days to prevent spreading the infection. Despite this, on Monday, the 'I Was Made for Lovin' You' star revealed that he was fully recovered - but county rules would require him to continue to isolate. On Tuesday, Gene Simmons also tested positive with coronavirus, forcing KISS to cancel a further four shows to allow for his recovery. This was the same day that legendary rocker Paul, who is known for painting a star on his face during shows, was spotted walking into the hotel and breaking isolation. The statement said: "While Paul Stanley recently tweeted that he has recovered from COVID, Gene Simmons has now tested positive and is experiencing mild symptoms, "The band and crew will remain at home and isolate for the next 10 days and doctors have indicated the tour should be able to resume on September 9th at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA." Yesterday (02/09), the "I Was Made for Lovin' You" star tweeted "Staying clear of people for a few more days. "Do I think my "freedom" ever includes jeopardizing other people's health?...No, I don't." All members of the band and crew involved in the KISS End of the Road World Tour have been double-jabbed, and Paul only felt mild symptoms.