Morrissey is once again cancelling his U.S. tour. He is cancelling it for health reasons, again. The singer announced the "close down" of his current trek Tuesday with "unimaginable sorrow." A statement on the fansite explains that Morrissey collapsed after Saturday's show in Boston and was rushed to the hospital and treated for acute fever. The health issues apparently began when opening act Kristeen Young became ill and the symptoms were passed on to Morrissey. Young was asked to take a break from the tour for a while until she recovered, but ultimately decided to leave entirely. Morrissey, meanwhile, received medical attention on multiple occasions last week, but was unable to shake the virus. Now he says the projected recovery time is too long to complete the rest of his tour. Morrissey was forced to cut last year's U.S. outing short as well due to bouts of pneumonia and a bleeding ulcer. His most recent tour was in support of his long-awaited solo album "World Peace Is None of Your Business," which is still slated to arrive on July 15th. The trek was meant to include stops at the Civic Opera House in Chicago, Barclays Center in New York City, Lincoln Theater in Washington, DC, and more.

Morrissey's cancelled tour dates:
6/13 -- Chicago, IL -- Civic Opera House
6/14 -- Flint, MI -- James Whiting Auditorium
6/16 -- Lewiston, NY -- Artpark Main Stage Theater
6/17 -- Wilmington, DE -- Grand Opera House
6/19 -- Hershey, PA -- Hershey Theatre
6/21 -- New York, NY -- Barclays Center
6/22 -- Atlantic City, NJ -- Revel Ovation Hall
6/24 -- Baltimore, MD -- Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
6/25 -- Washington, DC -- Lincoln Theatre