Brave Girls’ Minyoung Diagnosed With COVID-19 + Yoojung’s And Eunji’s Rapid Antigen Tests Show Positive Results
Brave Girls’ Minyoung has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
On March 12, their agency Brave Entertainment shared that Minyoung tested positive for the virus and Yoojung’s and Eunji’s rapid antigen tests also showed positive results.
Here is the agency’s full statement:
Hello, this is Brave Entertainment.
Brave Girls member Minyoung was diagnosed with COVID-19 today, and Yoojung and Eunji tested positive [for COVID-19] using a rapid antigen test.
Minyoung completed two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, but when she preemptively conducted a test using a self-testing kit yesterday afternoon, the results came out positive, so she immediately underwent PCR testing and was diagnosed with COVID-19 today. Yoojung and Eunji also preemptively conducted rapid antigen tests, and the results came out positive, so they are currently waiting at their dormitory.
Currently, Minyoung is taking necessary measures and receiving home treatment in accordance with the guidelines of the disease control authorities.
Yuna took a test using a self-testing kit, which came out negative, and she is not exhibiting any particular symptoms, but we will continue to check her condition in case there is further confirmation [of COVID-19 cases]. Accordingly, Brave Girls will immediately halt all activities, concentrate on treatment, and actively cooperate with the guidelines of the disease control authorities to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Brave Girls’ 6th mini album will be released on March 14 at 6 p.m. KST as scheduled, but the album showcase, which was scheduled for the same day, has been postponed to March 23. We will organize the schedule internally and notify you again.
We apologize for causing concern to our fans and other officials with the sudden news. We will consider the health of the artists a top priority and do our best so that they can focus on treatment and recovery.
Get well soon!