After what happened to J-Hope, BTS golden maknae Jeon Jungkook was confirmed to have tested for COVID-19 upon his arrival in Las Vegas. Previously, ‘have a safe flight Jungkook’ trended worldwide, and now ‘COVID get the hell out’ is trending, as well as #getwellsoonJungkook. So what really happened to BTS golden maknae, Jeon Jungkook?
BIGHIT MUSIC Announced BTS Jungkook Tested Positive for COVID-19
Jungkook departed earlier than the rest of the group to Las Vegas, the United States, on March 27 (KST). Jungkook came to Las Vegas earlier to “check something first to prepare for the awards ceremony.”
Some fans even speculated that Jungkook needs to prepare something for his collaboration with another artist at the Grammy Awards.
Unfortunately, Jungkook felt uncomfortable in his throat upon his arrival in Las Vegas. Jungkook then took two kinds of PCR tests to ensure his health.
This is BIGHIT MUSIC.
We would like to provide you with information on BTS member Jungkook being diagnosed with COVID-19.
Jungkook was tested negative on a PCR test in Korea, and he departed for the United States on Sunday, March 27 (KST), in preparation for the Grammy Awards performance.
After arriving in Las Vegas, he felt a slight discomfort in his throat and promptly took a rapid PCR test (COVID-19 molecular PCR test) and a standard PCR test (COVID-19 quantitative PCR test) on the afternoon of Sunday, March 27 (PT).
While being under self-quarantine as a proactive measure, the result of both tests came back positive, and Jungkook was confirmed with COVID-19 on Monday, March 28 (PT).”
How is Jungkook now?
In the official announcement, BIGHIT MUSIC also explained that BTS Jungkook is now under self-quarantine and treatment. Fortunately, Jungkook doesn’t show any symptoms besides mild sore throat.
“Jungkook has been currently under self-quarantine and treatment, following the guidelines of health authorities in the United States. He is not exhibiting any symptoms other than a mild sore throat, and we will attentively monitor his health during the quarantine.”
What about BTS Jungkook Grammy Awards Performance?
Since BTS Jungkook was tested positive for COVID-19, it will affect the schedule for the 64th Grammy Awards on April 3.
BIGHIT MUSIC also stated that they will follow the local regulations and are still in discussion with the organizer.
“Jungkook’s participation in the later schedule in the United States will be determined by the local regulations on COVID-19, while we are actively in discussion with the awards organizer.”
BIGHIT MUSIC hopes ARMY’s understanding and support for BTS golden maknae
ARMYs has started to send some love and support for BTS golden maknae, Jeon Jungkook, by trending #getwellsoonJungkook. And it seems that most of us are tired of the current condition and have started trending ‘COVID get the hell out.’
“We would like to extend our sincerest apologies to our fans for causing you concern despite our effort to take all necessary measures for our artists’ health prior to and throughout the schedule in the United States. We ask for your generous understanding and support from all our fans.
We will continue to provide support for the rapid recovery of Jungkook, placing our highest priority on the health and safety of our artists. We will also continue to fully cooperate with the requests and guidelines of healthcare authorities.
We hope you all stay healthy in the midst of this uncertain condition. And for now, let’s pamper ourselves with Jungkook’s voice:
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