J-Hope tests positive for COVID-19
BTS member J-Hope has examined positive for the COVID-19 virus, in response to his label Big Hit Music.
In the present day, Huge Hit Music confirmed the Ok-pop idol’s positive prognosis in a press release to the group’s Weverse web page. The label famous that the idol had begun experiencing signs of a sore throat on March 23, which prompted him to take a PCR take a look at that very same day as a precaution, earlier than testing positive the day after.
The label then went on to make clear that the 28-year-old rapper had been triple-vaccinated towards the virus previous to his prognosis. “[J-Hope] is at present not presenting any extraordinary signs apart from a sore throat, and is present process remedy at residence whereas underneath quarantine,” Huge Hit Music added.
Relating to his scheduled actions, Huge Hit Music defined that he at present plans to renew his actions after the conclusion of his self-isolation. “J-Hope is planning to participate in actions scheduled to happen subsequent month as soon as his at-home remedy concludes,” it stated.
“The corporate locations the artists’ well being as our prime precedence, and we are going to do every thing we will to assist J-Hope in his speedy restoration. We will even diligently cooperate with the requests and tips of the well being care authorities,” Huge Hit Music concluded.
J-Hope is now the sixth BTS member to have caught the virus, following RM, Jin, Suga, Jimin and V in previous months.
Bandmate Jin was also announced by Big Hit Music earlier this week to have recently undergone surgery to restore a broken tendon after sustaining an damage to his left index finger. Whereas the surgical procedure had been a hit, the corporate revealed that the idol could be taking a break to concentrate on his restoration for the time being.