Update: Yuehua Entertainment Announces Second Staff Member Has Been Diagnosed With COVID-19
Updated April 4 KST:
Yuehua Entertainment has announced that another staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.
The agency has released the following statement:
This is Yuehua Entertainment.
We are here to share the news that another staff member in our agency has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
The second staff member was someone who worked most closely with the first staff member who was diagnosed, and they ate a meal together on March 27. The second staff member received their test results on April 3.
The staff member is currently receiving treatment at a hospital, and we will continue to monitor the situation.
We wish to once again express our apologies for causing concern to fans and representatives, and we will continue follow the guidelines given by the government and related institutions and do as much as we can.
A staff member of Yuehua Entertainment has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
On April 3, the agency shared the following statement:
Hello, this is Yuehua Entertainment.
One of our staff members was diagnosed with COVID-19 on April 2. The group EVERGLOW was also tested, and all members tested negative today (April 3).
Staff members who may have potentially had contact were also tested, and some have tested negative, while others are still waiting for their results. Detailed information will be announced by the institution once confirmed.
Although EVERGLOW has tested negative, all of their scheduled activities have been canceled for their safety. Following the government and related institution’s prevention guidelines and process, they have entered two weeks of quarantine.
Yuehua Entertainment will continue to recognize the severity of the situation and actively cooperate while taking all possible measures. We express apologies for causing concern, and we will take further effort to protect everyone’s safety and health from COVID-19.
EVERGLOW returned from the United States in March after performing in Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago, and Jersey City for their “Everlasting Tour.”