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Ane Reyl
Ane Reyl

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BLACKPINK’s Lisa Tests Positive For COVID-19

As per YG Entertainment’s announcement released on 24 November, Blackpink’s Lisa was diagnosed with COVID 19.

The company’s official statement reads:

This is YG Entertainment.
BLACKPINK’s Lisa was diagnosed with COVID-19 this afternoon (November 24).
The other three BLACKPINK members have not been classified as close contacts yet, but they immediately received PCR tests after hearing of Lisa’s positive COVID-19 results, and they are currently awaiting their results.
We first shared this information quickly and accurately with representatives and staff, and we took strong preemptive measures even beyond the guidelines of health authorities.
We will continue to not hold back on providing full support with the health of our artists and related staff members as the top priority. If there are any changes in the future, we will once again notify you quickly.

Later on 25 November, the company released another statement clarifying that the other Blackpink members Jennie, Rose and Lisa have undergone PCR tests which came out negative for all of them. The statement from YG read:

This is YG Entertainment.
BLACKPINK members Jisoo, Rosé, and Jennie’s realtime RT-PCR Covid-19 test results were all negative.
Lisa’s health is current in a state where she has no symptoms and is in good condition. Prior to the notification of her positive test ahead of a filming session for contents, she was also in good health.
All four BLACKPINK members have been fully vaccinated and we and our artists have paid careful attention to their health and safety through preemptive Covid tests from time to time.We are hoping for Lisa’s quick recovery, and we will continue to faithfully cooperate with the epidemiological investigations by the quarantine authorities and take all necessary measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

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