YG also noted that Lisa “displayed no specific symptoms”.
Rose, Jenny and Jisoo of K-pop girl group BLACKPINK have tested negative for COVID-19.
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in a statement to sports canoeYG Entertainment announced that three K-Pop idols got negative results from their PCR tests, which were done yesterday (November 24). All three were tested after their fellow member Lisa was diagnosed with coronavirus yesterday afternoon.
The entertainment company also noted that Lisa is in “good condition” of health, and that she is “not performing”.[ing] any specific symptoms” from his positive COVID-19 diagnosis, translated as sumpy, “All four members of Blackpin have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19,” it added.
“The company and our artists are paying special attention to our health and safety through regular pre-emptive tests,” YG said. “We wish Lisa a speedy recovery, and we will continue to sincerely cooperate with the health authorities’ epidemiological investigations and take all possible measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”
According to a November 24 report, Rosé has reportedly canceled her upcoming public appearances and has entered self-quarantine. star news, The same day, however, YG later said in its statement that the singer had not been “classified”. [a] Close contact yet”, but did not speak on his alleged self-quarantine.
According to South Korea’s current COVID-19 guidelines, per Korea HeraldUninfected people who are close contacts of COVID-19 positive will have to self-quarantine for 10 days after a negative PCR test. Meanwhile, those vaccinated will be exempted from self-quarantine.
BLACKPINK’s Lisa is the latest K-pop celebrity to test positive for COVID-19 in recent months. Earlier this year, boyband Astro’s Jinjin and Dreamcatcher’s Ghyeon were diagnosed with the coronavirus, forcing their respective groups to self-quarantine.