MNH Entertainment announced that singer CHUNGHA is asymptomatic and has returned home after 11 days in a COVID-19 quarantine facility.
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Her agency MNH Entertainment posted a message on their official fan cafe on December 21, saying, "We inform you that Chungha has been released from COVID-19 quarantine on December 18."
The agency said, "Chung Ha has been staying at the treatment center for a total of 11 days from Monday, December 7, the day of her confirmation, to Friday, December 18."
They added, "Under the health authorities' guidelines which say that the confirmed case must pass 10 days of isolation and that the asymptomatic patient will be released in 11 days, Chung Ha, who is confirmed to be asymptomatic, was notified of the release from quarantine on December 18, the 11th day of her admission."
The agency said Chungha has returned to her home and is staying at home, adding, "We will halt Chungha's official activities for the time being as the aftermath of COVID-19 is getting worse."
Earlier, Chungha was voluntarily examined after recognizing that she had made contact with a confirmed person, and the result on the morning of December 7 was positive.
Below is MNH Entertainment's official position:
"This is to inform you that Chungha has been released from COVID-19 quarantine on December 18 (Friday).
Chungha has been staying at the health-care center and devoting herself to treatment for a total of 11 days from Monday, December 7, to Friday, December 18.
According to the health authorities' guidelines, the identified patient must pass 10 days of isolation and those who are asymptomatic will be released after 11 days.
Chungha, who is confirmed to be asymptomatic, was notified of the release frome quarantine on December 18, the 11th day of her admission, and has returned to her home and is now staying at home.
As the COVID-19 situation is getting worse, Chungha will halt her official activities for a while and pay attention to hygiene management with health and safety as a priority.
In the future, we will continue to adhere to the guidelines for the health and safety for our artists and staff.
We apologize again for causing concern to many people, and she'll greet you with a healthy look in the future.