Ozzy Osbourne's plans for his European medical trip are on hold while the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic.
In February, the Black Sabbath vocalist had announced his plans to receive medical treatment in Switzerland during April to treat his Parkinson's diagnosis. The overseas treatment, which was supposed to last six to eight weeks, involved the services of an immune systems specialist that would help the legendary singer continue to maintain his lifestyle while dealing with the neurological condition.
"We had to cancel our trip to Switzerland. We were meant to go on the eighth of April for his treatment, but we had to cancel for his treatment," Osbourne's wife shared Monday on CBS' The Talk. "We’re just hanging in like everybody else, you know? Just trying to stay away and be quiet and just hold it in there. I honestly find this such frightening times. I just think it's a really, really frightening time to be alive."
The Osbourne's daughter Kelly, who recently visited her parents for the first time in three weeks, shared that Ozzy also sought one-stem cell treatment in Panama a few weeks ago. "Seeing after one treatment of stem cell what has happened and the progress that he's made is mind-blowing," Kelly told Entertainment Tonight.
Today was the first time I got to see my parents in almost 3 weeks!!! Even though i did not get to hug them.... at this point I will take what I can get. They are doing well and are save and sound for now. Thank you so much for your continued well wishes love and support. We will get through this together. I love you all 💜 stay safe.
She added, "He wants to get up. He wants to do things. He wants to be part of the world again. He's walking better. He's talking better. His symptoms are lessening. He is building the muscle strength back that he needs after his spine surgery."