K-Pop girl group PURPLE KISS members Ireh, Dosie, and Yuki have tested positive for COVID-19. According to RBW Entertainment, Ireh first showed symptoms of a sore throat and tested positive through a rapid-antigen test. Afterwards, all members were also tested, in which members Dosie and Yuki tested positive. Below is the official statement.
Hello, this is RBW Entertainment. We are here to inform you that PURPLE KISS members Ireh, Dosie, and Yuki have confirmed positive for COVID-19. Ireh showed symptoms of a sore throat and tested positive through a rapid antigen test on March 26.
Afterwards, all other members took a rapid antigen test, in which Dosie and Yuki were confirmed. All three of these members have completed the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and currently have no other symptoms other than a mild cold.
They will stop schedules and focus on recovery and treatment in accordance with the guidelines of the quarantine authorities. The group will release their third mini album, memeM, on March 29 as scheduled. The future schedules for the three members will be announced after they have been released from quarantine.
We sincerely apologize for causing concern to the fans and we will do our best for the artists’ speedy recovery as we consider the artist’s health as our top priority. Thank you.