BTOB’s Minhyuk Tests Negative But Will Self-Quarantine After Exposure To COVID-19 Case
On December 20, Cube Entertainment released a statement saying that Minhyuk had tested negative for COVID-19 but would be self-quarantining until December 25 because he is not vaccinated.
The statement reads:
Hello, this is Cube Entertainment.
BTOB’s Minhyuk was informed that he had crossed paths with a COVID-19 case during one of his events. He went to get a PCR test for COVID-19 as a precautionary measure, and the test came back negative.
Today, we checked with the Yeongdeungpo Public Health Center. BTOB’s Minhyuk has not been able to complete his vaccination as an aftereffect of his COVID-19 diagnosis earlier this year. He was pronounced completely cured on July 30, but more than three months have passed since then. The disease control authorities advised that there might be new sources of infection, so according to their guidelines, Minhyuk has canceled all his activities until December 25 and will be in self-quarantine.
We apologize for causing many people concern.
As an agency, we will continue to follow the disease control authorities’ guidelines and do our best for our artists’ health and safety. Thank you.
Cube announced earlier today that BTOB’s upcoming fan meeting, scheduled for December 31, would be held an hour earlier to comply with new social distancing rules that limited the operating hours of venues.
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