Trevor Noah puts his stand-up tour on hold in an effort to help reduce number of large gatherings

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Trevor Noah (Photo: Getty Images)
Trevor Noah (Photo: Getty Images)

Along with cancelling filming on The Daily Show, Trevor Noah has also announced that his stand-up tour, Loud and Clear, will be put on hold for a month while the world deals with curbing the spread of the coronavirus. 

"In support of the World Health Organization's effort to inform and help individual communities slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus I will be postponing all tour dates for the next month [sic]," a post on the comedian's Instagram account reads. 

The message goes on to say: "By reducing large gatherings we can help flatten the curve of any possible outbreaks to keep it manageable within our communities. All postponed dates will be rescheduled and new show info will be posted to my website as it comes in [sic]."

TAKE A LOOK AT THE ANNOUNCEMENT HERE:

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