- He is currently in isolation
- The singer is fully vaccinated
- Sukha is asymptomatic
Sukha, a member of the popular K-pop band BTS, has tested positive for Kovit-19, according to a statement from management company Big Hit Entertainment on Friday. The 28-year-old is currently in isolation and is asymptomatic. “Suka completed her second round of the Kovit-19 vaccine in late August, with no symptoms to date. She is currently self-maintaining at home under the guidance of health officials,” the Big Hit Entertainment report said. .
“Suka, who had many personal involvements in the United States during PDS’s official vacation, was tested negative for a PCR test taken before leaving for the United States, and upon his return began his self isolation after undergoing a PCR test.” The statement added:
The company also said that Suka had no connection with fellow BTS members Jin, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jangook.
At work, BTS announced this month that it was taking an “extended break” so the band could “get re-energized and recharge with creative energy.” The band recently held four concerts in Los Angeles. During their visit to the US, they also performed their latest song Permission to danceAt UN headquarters.
Successes include BTS’s impressive discography Dynamite, Boy With Love, Spring Day, MIC Drop, Blood Sweat And Tears, Fake Love And Avocado, Among many others.
(With entries from news agency PTI)