UPDATE: Rammstein responded to reports that Till Lindemann had COVID-19, saying he "tested negative for the coronavirus."

Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann is in the ICU at a Berlin hospital, having tested positive for COVID-19, German publication Blid reports. After performing with Lindemann, his project with Peter Tägtgren of Hypocrisy and PAIN, at Moscow's VTB Arena on March 15, Lindemann, 57, returned to Berlin, where Blid says "he was brought to hospital by emergency medics with an extremely high fever," and tested positive for coronavirus. From there, he was placed under quarantine in an intensive care unit, Blid says, and diagnosed with pneumonia.

Thankfully, it seems Lindemann is currently on the mend: Blid reports that "he is currently feeling better and his life is no longer in danger."

Scarface and Testament's Chuck Billy are among other musicians who have contracted COVID-19.