Netizens Worried As VIVIZ’s Eunha, Umji, & SinB All Test Positive For The Covid-19 Virus!
Netizens and K-pop fans worried as all VIVIZ members have gone on to test positive for COVID-19.
Previously on the 28th of January, Big Planet Made, the agency of VIVIZ, confirmed that VIVIZ's Umji has gone on to be positive with the COVID-19 virus.
Big Planet Made revealed that VIVIZ's Umji has already completed the second dosage of her COVID-19 vaccination, but after being notified that a staff member crossed paths with a COVID-19 positive case recently, the K-pop idol underwent a PCR test immediately.
As of the 28th of January, VIVIZ's Umji has tested positive for COVID-19. The K-pop idol is currently experiencing only minor symptoms and will focus on her recovery while in quarantine, Big Planet Made further added.
Following this, 2 days later on the 30th of January, VIVIZ's Eunha went on to test positive for the COVID-19 virus as well following her fellow K-pop group member.
Big Planet Made made the following announcement:
"Hello, this is Big Planet Made.
Following the additional PCR tests conducted, VIVIZ member Eunha has tested positive for Covid-19.
Earlier, she had tested negative following a close contact encounter with a staff member who had tested positive, but later tested positive after taking a second test after reporting a decline in her condition.
She is currently self-isolating with minor symptoms and is receiving treatment, and is taking the necessary measures in accordance with the health authorities' guidelines.
We apologize for the concern, and we will do our best to help her recover her health as quickly as possible, and fully comply with the health authorities' guidelines.
A couple of hours later, VIVIZ's SinB has also gone on to test positive for the COVID-19 virus.
Big Planet Made revealed, "We would like to inform you that VIVIZ member SinB has been confirmed positive for Covid-19 through her PCR test conducted on January 30."
Netizens and K-pop fans are wishing both VIVIZ members a quick and speedy recovery!