Lisa, the BLACKPINK member who tested positive for COVID-19, has recovered completely and has been discharged from confinement.
YG Entertainment issued an official statement regarding the singer and rapper’s recovery on December 4. In a statement, the record label not only guaranteed BLINKS of Lisa’s recovery but also stated that she is no longer a danger to others after getting therapy and joining self-quarantine.
According to the statement obtained by allkpop.com, “We’d want to let you know that Lisa, a member of BLACKPINK, has totally recovered from COVID-19.
Lisa, who was treated at home, was removed from self-quarantine at 12 p.m. KST today (December 4), after health officials determined she was no longer a risk of spreading COVID-19.”
Despite the fact that Lisa did not have much contact with her BLACKPINK bandmates, Jisoo, Rosé, and Jennie were all tested and classified as “actively monitored individuals.” They did not need to self-quarantine, however, because it had been more than a week since their vaccines. Despite this, the three are said to have limited their non-work activities.
“We thank the people who shared their concerns, as well as the medical team’s dedication to defeating COVID-19. Thank you for urging BLACKPINK to resurface in good health. In the future, we will place a priority on the health and safety of our artists and employees, according to all health and safety regulations “the statement came to an end.
Lisa also shared plenty of images from her recent trip to Los Angeles to celebrate her negative test results. Her hair was strawberry blonde, and she wore an all-black suit with a statement scarf around her neck.
She shared the photos and captioned them with a heart emoticon.