BTS’ j-hope Fully Recovers From COVID & Is Scheduled For Departure To Las Vegas To Participate In The Grammy Awards Activities

“It is now confirmed that BTS’ j-hope is fully recovered from COVID and will be able to reconcile with his fellow band members who are already in the US for the Grammy preparations. 6 of the band members traveled to the US as j-hope could not travel as he was still in quarantine. BTS have been nominated for this year’s GRAMMYs for “Best Group/Duo Performance” and they will be performing live on the GRAMMY stage. j-hope had earlier shared on Weverse that he was doing okay and that his quarantine was over. The group’s label confirmed that as well through a statement sent on Weverse. The statement read

Hello.

This is BIGHIT Music.

We would like to inform you that BTS member j-hope has made a full recovery from COVID-19 and his quarantine has concluded as of today, March 30.

j-hope has been administering self-treatment at home since last Wednesday, the 23rd and as his quarantine has concluded, j-hope can resume his activities starting from today. He experienced mild symptoms of a sore throat during his quarantine, but he is recovering fast.

j-hope is scheduled for departure to participate in the Grammy Awards activities and he will adhere to COVID-19 guidelines for air travel during his departure. It has been confirmed that there is no issue regarding his participation in the Grammy Awards according to the local quarantine guidelines.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the fans who have shown concerns for our artists’ health and also to the staff members of the health authorities working tirelessly to overcome the pandemic.

We will continue to place our highest priority on the health and safety of our artists and fully cooperate with the requests and guidelines of healthcare authorities.

Thank you.

We are happy to hear that j-hope has fully recovered and will soon be joining the rest of his bandmates as they prepare for the Grammys and concerts.

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