BTS’s Jimin received immense love and support from all his fans after the news about his appendicitis surgery and he contacted COVID-19 broke out. Seeing all his ARMYs worrying about him, Jimin personally updated his fans about his health condition.
On 2nd February at 8:43 PM, Jimin took Weverse platform to update his fans about his health condition. He made two posts.
In 1st post, he wrote, “You were worried about it right? I’m recovering well.”
In the 2nd post, he wrote, “I’m worried and I’m afraid. Though, I think I will be able to leave the hospital soon! I’m recovering well. I also ate all three meals of rice (smiling emoji). Please wait a minute. I will recover my skills and go.”
Earlier this week on Monday, Jimin tested COVID-19 positive after he underwent acute appendicitis surgery. His agency Big Hit Music shared a statement on Weverse that he is ‘experiencing mild sore throat’ while recovering from the surgery.
Here is what statement reads:
Hello. This is BigHit Music. We would like to provide you with the following information regarding the current health status of BTS member Jimin. Jimin experienced sudden abdominal pain along with a mild sore throat on January 30 in the afternoon. He visited a hospital emergency room for a thorough examination, and also took a PCR test. Jimin was diagnosed with acute appendicitis and was tested positive for Covid-19. He underwent surgery following physician advice early morning on Monday, January 31.
“According to the medical staff, the surgery was successful and Jimin is currently recuperating after his procedure. He will be receiving a few days of in-patient treatment for Covid-19 in conjunction with postoperative care. He is currently experiencing a mild sore throat but is making a speedy recovery, and had no contact with the other members during the infectious stage.
The company places the artists’ health as our top priority, and we will do everything we can to aid Jimin in his speedy recovery. We will also diligently cooperate with the requests and guidelines of the health care authorities.