Andrew, who is Ozzy's new album 'Ordinary Man's producer, wrote on his Instagram, "Yesterday I was given the results that I am positive for COVID-19, I wanted to tell you all about my journey getting here to bring awareness to the severity of what's happening in the world."
The star on his rather lengthy post of which he shared through series of pictures further added, "12 days ago, early in the morning of March 6th March, I started feeling like I was hit by a bus."
The producer further explained he could not move out of his bed for days and started to run a fever. Following which Andrew tested for the Coronavirus, and reports came in confirming he has the virus.
He then added, "I am a healthy young man, and I am going to make a full recovery. But... there are so many people in my life and in the world that could possibly not get through this due to their age and/or a compromised immune system."
The 29-year-old then further emphasized that Coronavirus, in no way, should be taken as a joke. Andrew said, "Stay inside, stay sanitized, Please stop everything and take care of yourselves, and the people you love around you until we are through this."
The producer concluded his message saying, this Coronavirus doesn't limit itself to some age group, or person with a weaker immune system. He stressed, people should not fall into believing those rumors and take this thing seriously, and urged everyone to maintain social distancing.
He wrote, "It's about everyone together fighting this as a team. Stay safe. Now more than ever. Okay. I am going back to Men in Black III. Love, Andy."