BTS Jungkook’s performance at the Grammys hinges on his Covid symptoms

BTS ARMY is flooding the internet with good wishes for Bangtan’s lead singer Jungkook after Bighit Music released a health update on crooner “Euphoria” ahead of their long-awaited performance at the Grammys.

For the Unversed, Jungkook traveled to the United States ahead of the other BTS members. He was scheduled to attend and perform at the 2022 Grammys on April 3.

Later, the Grammy-nominated South Korean group is also set to perform at a four-day, sold-out concert at Allegiant Stadium.

On March 28, BTS label Bighit Music released a detailed update on Jungkook’s condition following his arrival in Las Vegas. Later that still with you Crooner updated Instagram and asked fans not to worry that he said, “I’m fine, it’s not much.”

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What happened to Jungkook’s health?

According to Big Hit Music official statement shared on the Weverse app, “Jungkook tested negative on a PCR test in Korea and left for the United States on Sunday, March 27 (KST) to prepare for the Grammy Awards.”

But after arriving in Las Vegas, the stay alive Crooner “felt a slight discomfort in his throat and promptly took a rapid PCR test (COVID-19 Molecular PCR Test) and a standard PCR test (COVID-19 Quantitative) on Sunday afternoon, March 27 (PT). PCR test).”

The statement added, “During self-quarantine as a proactive measure, the result of both tests was positive and Jung Kook was confirmed with COVID-19 on Monday, March 28 (PT).”

Bighit Music also updated that Jungkook’s future activities, including his appearance at the awards show, will be dependent on local health regulations as they are actively speaking with the awards show organizer.

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Las Vegas health regulations have been explained amid discussions over Jungkook’s performance at the Grammys

Jungkook’s health update has caused a social media storm as fans speak out about how excited the Billboard Hot 100 chart-topping singer was for BTS’ performance at the Grammys.

After taking world trends by storm with BTS’ Dynamite performance at the 2021 Grammys, fans are now debating whether to see Jungkook back on the Grammys stage.

Las Vegas’ latest health regulations have given hope to fans.

Accordingly lasvegasnevada.govthe CDC has reduced the recommended time for isolation from 10 days for people with COVID-19 to 5 days.

So people who have tested positive for COVID-19 should isolate themselves for 5 days and if they are asymptomatic at that time they can leave isolation, but they should “continue to wear a mask for 5 days to reduce the risk of a to minimize contamination of others”.

With Jungkook testing positive on March 28 and the Grammys taking place on April 3, there is still a chance the member would attend the Grammy as his five-day isolation period would be over as he tests negative for the next Covid test.

Speaking of Jungkook’s attendance at the Grammys, entertainment reporter Tiffany Vogt called, “Five days of quarantine: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – Saturday tests negative – Sunday = Grammys performance + Grammy win! let’s pray Jungkook and Hobi are recovering so they can enjoy every moment they deserve to get this far with their BTS bandmates!”

A second fan wrote, “I firmly believe that Jungkook will make a full recovery in 5 days and that all 7 members can enjoy their time together in LV. I believe that BTS & ARMY will have great concert days and that our tannies will own the stage at the Grammy Awards. Everything will be fine!”

A third fan tweeted:

Meanwhile, BTS ARMY is getting ready for Bangtan’s big concert in Las Vegas. Dates and further information can be found here. Stream the Jungkook-focused playlist below.

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