BTS’ J-Hope is tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, March 24 after experiencing a sore throat and taking a PCR test on Wednesday (23/03).
J-Hope has completed three rounds of COVID-19 vaccinations and he is currently experiencing no symptoms other than a sore throat. He is now in quarantine and undergoing at-home treatment following the health care guideline.
BIGHIT MUSIC released the official notice on Weverse yesterday afternoon. Regarding BTS’ schedule on April, which is the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards and Permission to Dance on Stage in Las Vegas, J-Hope will take part in the scheduled activities once the quarantine and treatment conclude. The company places the artists’ health as their top priority and will do everything they can to aid J-Hope in his speedy recovery.
BTS is currently in the middle of preparation for their performance at the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards and then followed by their 4-days-sold-out-show of Permission to Dance on Stage in Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas. As of now, BIGHIT MUSIC has not shared any official announcement regarding their departure to the United States yet.
We are looking forward to BTS’ performance at the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards and of course, Permission to Dance on Stage in Las Vegas which will be held on April 8, 9, 15, and 16.
If you did not get the ticket, you are still able to watch the live streaming for the April 16 concert. For more info, you can check it out on @bts_bighit on Twitter or bts.bighitofficial on Instagram.