BTS’ Suga tests negative for COVID-19
According to several Korean news media the official announcement read “Hello This is the Big Hit Music.We want we inform you of the fact that BTS member SUGA has completed a complete recovery from COVID-19 and his treatment has ended at the time of writing (January 3, 2019) at 12 noon. Suga who was being treated at home for the last 10 days starting on Friday 24 December and is now back to his normal routine. Suga did not show any specific symptoms during his stay in quarantine. He is recovering at home, resting and recuperating.”
“We would like to thank all fans who have shown concern for the artist’s health as well as those in the medical field who are doing their best to overcome COVID-19.We will continue to place the health of the artists as our top priority and vigilantly follow health care guidelines.Thank you” it said.
Suga was infected with the virus shortly before Christmas 2021, after having returned to South Korea From the US in the US, where from the US where Bangtan Boys held their ‘Permission to Dance On Stage at the concert in LA.
In addition, two of their bandmates, RM and Jin are now in isolation following their tests. Jin and RM were also positive for the drug on the 25th of December. RM has previously stated that his health was “very good”, days after fans expressed concern about the two boys online. BTS is the management company for BTS. Big Hit Entertainment had said in a statement issued on Saturday that similar to Suga, RM and Jin were also infected with the disease following their return to the US.