- Karina Lee
ROSE TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID WILL HALT ALL SCHEDULES
Get better soon!
Blackpink Rosé has tested positive for COVID-19.
On February 28, YG Entertainment announced that "Blackpink's Rosé tested positive for the COVID-19 PCR test prior to her departure on February 28, and as a result, a portion of her scheduled overseas appearances have been canceled."
Other members tested negative, including Jisoo, Jennie, and Lisa. Neither Rosé nor the members exhibit any unusual symptoms.
The following is the official position statement of YG Entertainment in its entirety.
Greetings, this is YG Entertainment.
BLACKPINK's Rosé tested positive for COVID-19 in a PCR test prior to her departure on February 28, and as a result, several of her scheduled overseas appearances were canceled.
The remaining three members (Jisoo, Jenny, and Lisa) tested negative, and all of them, including the confirmed Rosé, are exhibiting no unusual symptoms at the moment.
BLACKPINK's four members have all been vaccinated against COVID-19, and we will make every effort to keep the health of our artists and support staff a priority.
We would be extremely grateful if you could assist Rosé in her rapid recovery and the members of Blackpink who are active on the global stage. We will notify you of any future changes.