KMazing – After having appendix surgery and testing positive with COVID-19, BTS’s Jimin offered ARMY the latest updates on his health and issued a call to his fans. According to Allkpop, a member of BTS, who was born on October 13, 1995, announced the news on his Weverse account yesterday (2/2). He informed followers that he was OK and requested that ARMY not be concerned.
“Sorry for worrying you. But, I think I can get out soon (from the hospital). I’m also recovering well and eating three meals a day. Please wait a moment and I will return quickly after recovery,” Jimin wrote.
The fans were relieved to hear the news and expressed their support for the idol. They wished Jimin a swift recovery and a safe return, among other things.
BTS Jimin Tested Positive for COVID-19
On January 31, 2022, HYBE Label, the agency in charge of BTS, articulated that Jimin had just had appendix surgery and had tested positive for COVID-19.
Jimin had been suffering from stomach and throat ache the day before. He was also subjected to a physical examination and a PCR test. Jimin was eventually diagnosed with acute appendicitis and discovered to be COVID-19 positive.
Following a doctor’s suggestion that surgery was urgently required, the 26-year-old superstar ultimately had an appendectomy. Jimin is now recovering and receiving treatment with the COVID-19 patient procedure.
Other BTS members Have Tested Positive for COVID-19
Jimin is the fourth member of the global boyband to be diagnosed with COVID-19. Suga, RM, and Jin, three other BTS members, have previously tested positive for COVID-19. However, all three have tested negative thus far.
On December 25, 2021, RM and Jin BTS tested positive for COVID-19. On December 24, 2021, Suga BTS was found to test positive for COVID-19.
Get well soon!