Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee has postponed until further notice three concert dates in Bolivia due to fears of swine flu.

According to Yankee's press office, the Puerto Rican singer was slated to perform July 9 at the Hernando Siles stadium in La Paz, July 10 at the J. Wilsterman stadium in Cochabamba and July 11 at Tahuichi Aguilera stadium in Santa Cruz de la Seirra. All three shows have been placed on hold until further notice. Bolivia has seen over 100 cases of swine flu in recent weeks and the government's minister of health asked the singer to suspend the shows for fears of propagation. Yankee said he would abide by the ministry's wishes and postpone the shows until he gets a green light for new dates.

Yankee will continue with other scheduled Latin American dates of his "Talento de Barrio" tour, which takes him next to Chile and Panama. Last week, he performed sold-out shows in Argentina and Uruguay.

In Argentina, however, swine flu has forced the postponement of other performances, including the “Casi Angeles” live show. Rock group Babasonicos postponed at least two shows in its home country last week until Aug. 1 and Aug. 7, with its booking company Crack Producciones posting a note on the band’s Web site: “Following the recommendations of national and provincial authorities, Crack Producciones has decided in agreement with local producers to re-schedule its artists...until fear of flu contagion dissipates and all the fans can fully enjoy their artists’ shows...we ask that you understand the situation and the inconveniences that can the change of dates can cause.”