BTS lead dancer and ray of sunshine, J-Hope, also known as Jung Hoseok confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19. What really happened to J-Hope, and what about BTS upcoming schedule and GRAMMY performance? Check out the following detailed information and updates.
BIGHIT MUSIC Announced BTS J-Hope to Have Tested Positive for COVID-19
The hope of BTS ARMY, Jung Hoseok, or J-Hope seems to be in need of taking a short break for just a little while. In the midst of their busy preparation for the upcoming Grammy performance and PTD on Stage in Las Vegas, BTS J-Hope has apparently tested positive for COVID-19.
On March 24, BIGHIT MUSIC officially announced on Weverse that BTS J-Hope has tested positive for COVID-19. According to the announcement, J-Hope had taken the test the day before, and the result came in this morning.
“Hello, this is BIGHIT MUSIC.
We would like to provide you with information about BTS member J-Hope being diagnosed with COVID-19.”BIGHIT MUSIC.
What REALLY Happened to BTS J-Hope?
Further in the announcement, BIGHIT MUSIC also explained what really happened to BTS J-Hope. The previous day on March 23, BTS J-Hope suddenly experienced sore throat symptoms. Therefore, he decided to go to the hospital to take a PCR test.
Then, on the morning of March 24, BTS J-Hope test result came in, showing a diagnosis of COVID-19 positive.
Fortunately, J-Hope had completed all the three dosages of COVID-19 vaccines, and he didn’t show any other symptoms besides sore throat. However, he would still need to undergo self-quarantine and treatment at home.
“J-Hope presented symptoms of a sore throat and visited a hospital to take a PCR test on Wednesday, March 23, and was diagnosed with COVID-19 today morning.
J-Hope has completed three rounds of COVID-19 vaccinations. Also, he is currently not presenting unusual symptoms other than a sore throat. So now, J-Hope is undergoing treatment at home while under quarantine.”BIGHIT MUSIC.
What About BTS GRAMMY Schedule?
Now, you may be wondering if J-Hope is under quarantine, then what about BTS schedule for their GRAMMY performance?
According to BIGHIT MUSIC’s announcement on Weverse, BTS J-Hope will return to all his previously scheduled activities after finishing his quarantine. Therefore, since the South Korean mandatory quarantine rule is currently for 7 days, BTS J-Hope will most likely be able to participate in all BTS remaining schedule, including GRAMMY performance.
However, there is no official confirmation from BIGHIT Music regarding this matter.
“J-Hope is planning to participate in activities scheduled to take place next month once his at-home treatment concludes.
The company places the artists’ health as our top priority, and we will do everything we can to aid J-Hope in his speedy recovery. We will also diligently cooperate with the requests and guidelines of the health care authorities. Thank you”BIGHIT MUSIC.
So, would you send your get-well-soon message in the comments, Kpop fans? We’re all rooting for J-Hope’s speedy recovery so he can soon return stronger, healthier, and happier to us. And finally, stay with Kpoppost and our Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more BTS updates.
In the meantime, here’s our ray of sunshine, J-Hope, in BTS’ “Outro : Ego”.
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