Rosé , the main vocalist of the k-pop female group BLACKPINK , after being diagnosed with Covid-19 on February 28, on Monday, March 7, a new statement was shared about her health status, in which she announced that the singer has fully recovered from Covid and has concluded her quarantine. It should be noted that Rosé was about to travel abroad when a PCR test was performed, which was positive.
Official statement issued by YG Entertainment translated into Spanish:
Hello, this is YG Entertainment.
We would like to inform you that BLACKPINK’s Rosé was released from quarantine as of yesterday (March 6) following the decision by the health authorities that she was no longer a concern for the spread of COVID-19.
BLACKPINK’s Rosé has been receiving treatments at home after being fully vaccinated against COVID-19. She did not show any particular symptoms and her current health is in excellent condition.
We appreciate the fans who have sent in their concerns and the medical staff who are dedicated to overcoming COVID-19. We would appreciate it if you could support Rose and the BLACKPINK members to come back healthy again.
We will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our artists and employees and will strictly adhere to the guidelines of the health authorities.
On the other hand, Lisa , also a member of the group, was diagnosed with coronavirus in November 2021, after having made a trip to the United States to promote her latest single in collaboration with DJ Snake , likewise, members Jisoo and Jennie did not know have been infected with Covid-19.