Sharing the same, BLACKPINK’s agency YG Entertainment shared that Rosé was released from isolation as per the decision of health authorities who declared that she was ‘no longer a concern for spreading COVID-19’.
While Rosé is fully vaccinated against COVId-19, she did not exhibit any particular symptoms or health concerns during her at home-treatment. Currently, her health is in ‘prime condition, as per the idol’s agency.
“We are grateful to the fans who sent in their concerns, and the medical staff who are dedicated to overcoming COVID-19. We’d appreciate it if you could support Rosé and BLACKPINK members to return healthily again. We will continue prioritizing the health and safety of our artists and employees and thoroughly comply with the health authorities’ guidelines,” read the official statement from the agency.
Meanwhile, Rosé is like to bounce back at work soon and resume her work activities. Previously, all of her overseas schedules were put on hold after she was diagnosed with COVID-19.