BLACKPINK‘s Rose has tested positive for Covid-19 announced YG entertainment. The band’s agency released a statement, saying that she is not exhibiting any particular symptoms, but they confirm that she took a PCR and contracted the virus.
BLACKPINK’s Rosé, ahead of her departure from ella 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 support the health of our artists and surrounding staff as our top priority“.
BLACKPINK Rosé tested positive for COVID-19
All her schedules have been cancelled for now. Other members have tested negative
— The Seoul Story (@theseoulstory) February 28, 2022
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Jennie uploaded a Vlog while visiting Los Angeles, in which she reveals her daily activities when she doesn’t have a busy schedule. The second day the artist decided to go for a walk, as that is her hobby.
“I’m going for a walk right now. I usually get up early in the morning and walk around the neighborhood. I’m running a little late today. You can see the beautiful sunset from here. I think my favorite thing to do here is to walk. Even when I walk around here in this outfit, no one notices me”
Jennie’s statements made fans a little surprised and a little sad. Due to her fame, it is hard for the girl to have private moments, especially in Korea. However, she said that in foreign countries she got to live like a normal person, Wearing simple and sporty clothes instead of using outfits to hide.
Jennie is not the only one in BLACKPINK who likes to be in places where no one recognizes her. Rosé also shared about this. “I love going to amusement parks. I want to play at an amusement park where no one can recognize me.”