Kim Tae Ri has confirmed that she was recently diagnosed with COVID-19 while filming her “Twenty Five, Twenty One.”
On March 2, Kim Tae Ri’s agency Management mmm confirmed reports that the actress was currently in self-quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 last week.
However, even though filming for “Twenty Five, Twenty One” was reportedly brought to a halt over the weekend and pushed back after Kim Tae Ri’s diagnosis, tvN has stated that there should be no changes to the broadcast schedule the drama will air as planned.
A representative of tvN revealed, “We plan to wrap up filming early next week. There have been no changes to the broadcast schedule.”
They went on to promise, “We will continue to do our utmost in terms of safety up until the very end.”
Management mmm’s complete statement regarding Kim Tae Ri is as follows:
This is Management mmm.
Before filming for her drama, Kim Tae Ri used a self-test kit as a precautionary measure, and when she received a positive result, she underwent PCR testing right away. On February 26, her test results ultimately came back positive.
Kim Tae Ri had previously received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and she immediately halted all scheduled activities. Currently, she is focusing entirely on treatment in self-quarantine, by the guidelines of government health authorities. She is currently in the recovery stage, and she does not have any particular symptoms.
We will adhere to the guidelines of government health authorities and do everything we can while considering the health of our actors and staff our top priority.