BTS’s Jungkook has been tested positive for COVID-19 and he is being quarantined within the United States
BTS‘s Jungkook has been confirmed positive for COVID-19.
On March 29, KST, Big Hit Music released an official statement revealing it was BTS member Jungkook who recently left South Korea and arrived in the United States, has tested positive for COVID-19.
Below is the Big Hit Music official statement:
It’s Big Hit Music.
Jungkook Jungkook left Korea on the 27th of March at 5:00 pm KST following a negative test for COVID-19 in the PCR test. This test was conducted to prepare for his Grammy Awards performance.
Following his arrival to Las Vegas, Jungkook felt some discomfort in his throat. He quickly underwent a thorough and quick PCR test. When Jungkook was self-isolated, it was discovered that his quick and broad PCR tests proved positive and , consequently, Jungkook was diagnosed with COVID-19 on the 28th of March at 5:00 pm KST.
Jungkook is currently quarantine for self-initiation in the United States and is receiving treatment. He has not experienced any other symptoms , other the mild sore throat. However, we will be examining the condition of his body during his quarantine time.
The decisions regarding Jungkook’s planned activities at America U.S. will be made in accordance with local regulations We are in close communicating with the organizers of these events. We’ve carefully managed our artists’ heat by increasing their sensivity prior to their U.S. activities, but we would like to ask fans for their patience.
We will try our best to assist Jungkook recuperate whenever possible We will put the highest priority on the safety and health of our performers. We will also abide with the requirements and guidelines that health agencies have issued.