Blackpink Rosé was diagnosed with COVID-19.
On February 28, YG Entertainment, the agency, said, “Rosé had tested positive for the Corona 19 PCR test before departure on the 28th, so some of her overseas schedules were canceled.”
The other Blackpink members Jisoo, Jennie, and Lisa tested negative, according to the agency.
YG Entertainment announced, “All of them, including the confirmed Rosé, is currently not showing any special symptoms.”
The agency also said that all four members of Blackpink had completed the vaccination against COVID-19.
YG Entertainment, which puts the highest priority on the health of its artists and surrounding staff, and will not spare support, said, “I would be grateful if you would support Rosé’s fast recovery and the members of Blackpink who are active on the world stage.”
Prior to Rosé, in November of last year, the news of Lisa’s corona19 was reported.
Lisa, who had been receiving home treatment for a while, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in December of the same year.
Meanwhile, on this day, Jisoo left for France through Incheon International Airport to attend ‘2022 F/W Paris Fashion Week’.
※ The following is the full text of YG Entertainment’s official position.
BLACKPINK’s Rosé, ahead of her departure on February 28, tested positive in the PCR test for COVID-19, so some of her scheduled overseas schedules were canceled.
The other three members (Jisoo, Jenny, and Lisa) tested negative, and all of them, including the confirmed Rosé, are currently showing no special symptoms.
All 4 members of BLACKPINK have been vaccinated against COVID-19, and we will spare no effort to provide support by prioritizing the health of our artists and surrounding staff.
We would be grateful if you could support Rosé’s fast recovery and the Blackpink members who are active on the world stage.
We will notify you of any changes in the future.