STAYC’s Yoon Tests Positive FOR COVID-19
STAYC’s Yoon has tested positive for COVID-19.
On March 11, STAYC’s agency HIGH-UP Entertainment released the following statement:
This is HIGH-UP Entertainment.
We are informing you that STAYC member Yoon tested positive for COVID-19 on March 11 (Friday).
On March 10 (Thursday), Yoon tested positive on the self-testing kit she preemptively used, so she immediately underwent PCR testing. On March 11 (Friday), she tested positive for COVID-19.
Yoon already completed three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and she has no symptoms, so she is receiving treatment at home in keeping with government health authorities’ guidelines.
All the STAYC members besides Yoon checked that they tested negative through PCR tests, and they currently have no symptoms. STAYC will halt all activities, and they are taking the necessary measures in keeping with guidelines set by government health authorities. We cannot rule out the possibility of additional confirmed cases, so we are continuously monitoring the members’ health status.
We apologize for causing concerns to fans and the staff.
The agency will consider the artist’s health as our top priority, and we will do our best for Yoon’s treatment and recovery. We will thoroughly follow the government health authorities’ guidelines and work hard for everyone’s safety.
Recently, STAYC made a comeback with their second mini album “YOUNG-LUV.COM” along with the title track “RUN2U.”
Wishing Yoon a speedy recovery!