RM, Jin, and Suga have successfully recovered from COVID-19, according to Seoul-based agency Big Hit. The company issued two statements through Weverse during the new year announcing that BTS the singers are no longer under quarantine and thank the group’s loyal ARMYs for their enthusiastic support while they are sick.
“We would like to inform you that BTS Members RM and Jin have fully recovered from COVID-19 and his quarantine ended at noon today, January 4,” the January 4 announcement read. “RM and Jin, who have been receiving treatment at home for the past 10 days since Saturday, December 25, are now able to return to their usual activities. None of the members showed any specific symptoms during their quarantine. Jin had a low-grade fever when he first started home treatment but has since made a full recovery. ”
“We would like to thank all the fans who care about the health of our artists as well as those in the medical field who are doing their best to overcome COVID-19. We will continue to put the health of our artists as our top priority, and carefully follow health care guidelines,” the statement concluded.
Suga, who first tested positive for COVID-19 on December 24, has also recovered. Big Hit released an update on January 2 and confirmed that his quarantine period ended on January 3. “Suga, who has been receiving treatment at home for the past 10 days since Monday, has been receiving treatment at home for the past 10 days. Friday, December 24, can now return to his daily activities,” Big Hit shared via Weverse. “Suga did not have any specific symptoms during the quarantine and is currently recovering while resting at home.”
BTS is currently taking a break from song promotions and touring activities. On December 5, the agency revealed that the group will be participating in the show “extended rest time, “Monday as of 2019..” This break will give BTS members, who have tirelessly committed to their activities, a chance to get inspired and recharged. creative energy. It will also be the first time since their debut to spend the holiday with their family,” the company explained in a statement.
BTS fans can look forward to a live concert in Seoul in March, as well as an album meant to begin a “new chapter” for the group, in 2022.
https://www.billboard.com/music/pop/bts-rm-jin-suga-recovered-covid-19-1235015318/ BTS’ RM, Jin & Suga have recovered from COVID-19 – Billboard