BLACKPINK’s Lisa, also known as Lalisa Manoban, has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
According to Soompi, BLACKPINK’s entertainment agency YG Entertainment confirmed Lisa’s diagnosis in an official statement on Wednesday, Nov. 24.
“We first shared this information quickly and accurately with representatives and staff, and we took strong preemptive measures even beyond the guidelines of health authorities,” YG added.
The entertainment agency assured fans that it will “not hold back on providing full support with the health of our artists and related staff members.”
YG Entertainment also confirmed in a separate statement that members Jennie, Jisoo, and Rosé tested negative on Thursday, Nov. 25.
“All four members of BLACKPINK have been completely vaccinated for COVID-19, and the company and our artists have been paying special attention to our health and safety through regular pre-emptive tests,” YG said.
The agency said Lisa’s health is “in a good state” and she didn’t “exhibit any special symptoms.” “We wish Lisa a quick recovery, and we’ll continue to earnestly cooperate with the health authorities’ epidemiological investigations and take all possible measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”
Lisa debuted as the main dancer and lead rapper of BLACKPINK. She made her solo debut with her first single EP Lalisa in September 2021.
Get well soon, Lisa!