YG Announces BLACKPINK’s Lisa Has Recovered From COVID-19 + Is Released From Self-Quarantine
On December 4, YG Entertainment officially announced that Lisa had been released from self-quarantine after being deemed clinically recovered by government health authorities. The idol was previously diagnosed with COVID-19 nine days ago.
The agency’s full statement is as follows:
This is YG Entertainment.
We are informing you that BLACKPINK member Lisa has been deemed clinically recovered from COVID-19.
Government health authorities have clinically determined that Lisa, who has been receiving at-home treatment, is no longer at risk of spreading the virus. In accordance with their decision, Lisa has been released from self-quarantine as of 12 p.m. today.
Previously, because it had been over a week since the other BLACKPINK members Jisoo, Rosé, and Jennie had completed their vaccinations, they were categorized as candidates for active monitoring who did not need to go into quarantine. However, in spite of this, the three of them have been minimizing outside activities aside from unavoidable scheduled appointments for work purposes.
We would like to thank the fans who have been worrying [about the BLACKPINK members] and all the health care professionals who are currently working hard to fight COVID-19, and we would be grateful if you cheered on BLACKPINK, who will greet you again in good health.
We will continue to make the health and safety of our artists and employees our top priority, and we will strictly adhere to the instructions of health authorities on preventing the spread of disease. Thank you.
Welcome back, Lisa!