Zico Cancels Upcoming Music Show Appearances Following COVID-19 Diagnosis
Block B’s Zico has cancelled his upcoming music show appearances after testing positive for COVID-19.
On July 25, Zico’s agency KOZ Entertainment announced that the artist had been diagnosed with COVID-19. They added that his upcoming mini album “Grown Ass Kid” will release as scheduled on July 27, but that Zico would not be appearing on music shows this week.
Read their full statement below:
Hello. This is KOZ Entertainment.
This is with regards to Zico’s positive COVID-19 test and his upcoming schedule.
On the morning of July 25 (Monday), Zico tested positive on a self-test kit and was diagnosed with COVID-19 through a rapid antigen test. Currently, Zico has a mild sore throat and body aches and is being treated at home. Zico’s fourth mini album ‘Grown Ass Kid’ will be released as scheduled on July 27, but his appearances on ‘M Countdown,’ ‘Music Bank,’ and ‘Inkigayo’ this week have been cancelled. We will make another announcement when the artist resumes activities.
Our artist’s health is priority and we will do everything we can to support Zico’s quick recovery. Additionally, we will diligently follow the requests and guidelines of healthcare authorities.
Wishing Zico a speedy recovery!