A day after YG Entertainment announced that Lisa of BLACKPINK tested positive for COVID-19, the talent agency said the other members of the K-Pop girl group have tested negative for the disease.
In a statement published on Korean entertainment site Soompi, YG Entertainment said the results of the swab test came out negative.
"Following their real-time RT-PCR tests, BLACKPINK’s Jisoo, Rosé, and Jennie have received negative confirmed results," the statement as translated by Soompi.
YG Entertainment also said that apart from getting vaccinated, BLACKPINK also undergoes pre-emptive tests.
"All four members of BLACKPINK have been completely vaccinated for COVID-19, and the company and our artists have been paying special attention to our health and safety through regular pre-emptive tests," YG said in its statement.
YG Entertainment also said it continues to work with health experts to ensure preventive measures are set in place.
"We wish Lisa a quick recovery, and we will continue to earnestly cooperate with the health authorities’ epidemiological investigations and take all possible measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19," the statement read.
Meanwhile, YG Entertainment gave updates about Lisa's condition—saying she is currently "in good state."
"Lisa was informed of her confirmed diagnosis on November 24 ahead of plans to film video content. Lisa’s health is in good state, and she did not exhibit any special symptoms," the statement said.