BTS’s V AKA Kim Taehyung Has Tests Positive For COVID-19

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Just arrived, BTS’s V aka Kim Taehyung has tested positive for COVID-19! BTS members RM, Suga, Jin, and Jimin were the ones who were diagnosed with COVID-19 but have now recovered. On the evening of February 15, Big Hit Music announced that BTS dancer and lead singer Kim Taehyung had tested positive for COVID-19. The entertainment agency said V checked himself into the hospital on Tuesday, that is today, after experiencing a mild fever and a sore throat. After taking a PCR test, it was confirmed that he had been diagnosed with the virus. The company went further and said the K-pop star had received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and had no alarming symptoms.

The BTS member will undergo treatment at his home and will also await further guidance from health authorities. BTS’s agency revealed that the boy band members met on February 12, Saturday, but they all wore masks and there was no close contact between the members. On top of that, as a precaution, the other BTS members tested negative after performing a self-test. Big Hit Music ended the notes by saying that their artists’ health is their top priority and that they will do everything in their power for V’s treatment. They even said that they would fully cooperate with health authorities. regarding what they had to say to help V recover from COVID-19.

BTS vs. Kim Taehyung Covid-19
V Alias ​​Kim Taehyung

K-pop idols other than V who tested positive for COVID-19

Recently, more and more news about K-pop idols being diagnosed with COVID-19 has surfaced. It’s a pretty tough time for a lot of people right now, especially for K-pop idols and fans. Many idols such as members of Treasure, Blackpink, IKON, ITZY and more had also been tested for COVID-19. Luckily, many of them recovered quickly and efficiently, so we hope the same for BTS’ V. There is no doubt ARMYs would want the same too.

Also read: Here are the biggest K-pop artists according to government surveys!

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