Stray Kids’ Han And Changbin Released From Quarantine After Recovering From COVID-19
Stray Kids’ Han and Changbin have been released from quarantine!
Last week, all of the Stray Kids members went into isolation on the day of their comeback after Changbin was diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 18. In the days following his diagnosis, Han, Seungmin, Bang Chan, Lee Know, and Hyunjin also tested positive for COVID-19 while in self-quarantine.
On the morning of March 25 KST, JYP Entertainment officially announced that Changbin’s and Han’s mandatory quarantine periods had come to an end, making them free to resume activities as usual.
The agency’s full statement is as follows:
Hello, this is JYP Entertainment.
We are informing you that as of 12 a.m. today, Changbin and Han have been released from quarantine for COVID-19.
After being diagnosed with COVID-19, Changbin and Han underwent treatment at home in accordance with the guidelines of government health authorities, and during their quarantine periods, they did not have any particular symptoms aside from mild cold symptoms.
In accordance with protocol for quarantine release, [Changbin and Han] are now free to go about their everyday lives and carry out their scheduled activities.
We sincerely thank the fans who have been worried about the health of our artists, and our agency will continue to consider the health and safety of our artists our top priority in the future as well, while diligently adhering to the guidelines of government health authorities.
After making their comeback with “ODDINARY” on March 18, Stray Kids has not been able to promote their new title track “MANIAC” on music shows following their initial comeback performance on KBS’s “Music Bank” due to the members testing positive for COVID-19.
Welcome back, Changbin and Han!