BTS Jimin In addition to testing positive, had to undergo surgery for appendicitis.
BTS Jimin has tested positive for Covid-19.
Jimin, a member of the South Korean boy band BTS, has tested positive for Covid-19. The news of Jimin’s health was communicated by BigHit Entertainment, the agency that manages the K-pop band, in a statement on Monday. Jimin has also undergone surgery for appendicitis, in addition to testing positive.
Suga, RM, and Jin, three members of BTS, were previously diagnosed with Covid-19 after returning from tours in the United States.
According to BigHit’s statement, “On the afternoon of January 30, Jimin suffered unexpected abdominal pain and a mild sore throat. He went to the emergency room of a hospital for a comprehensive checkup and a PCR test. Jimin tested positive for Covid-19 after being diagnosed with acute appendicitis. On Monday, January 31, he had surgery on the recommendation of his doctor early in the morning. The surgery was successful, according to the medical personnel, and Jimin is currently recovering from his procedure. In addition to surgical care, he will have a few days of in-patient therapy for Covid-19.”
Jimin hasn’t spoken to the rest of the six members since his favorable results, according to the statement.
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The news soon spread over the Internet, and Jimin’s supporters (also known as ARMY) flooded Twitter with good wishes for his quick recovery. The volume of tweets was so high that the hashtags #GetWellSoonJimin and #WeLoveYouJimin became trending on Twitter.
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