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Girls’ Generation Taeyeon tests positive for COVID-19 → Suspension of schedules

Girls’ Generation Taeyeon has been diagnosed with COVID-19.

On Nov 14th, the agency SM Entertainment posted a notice through their official fan community saying, “This is an announcement about Taeyeon.

The agency said, “Taeyeon was diagnosed with COVID-19 today (Nov 14th). The self-diagnosis kit, which was conducted due to strange symptoms, showed a positive result. Taeyeon then immediately proceeded with a rapid antigen test this morning, when her positive status was further confirmed.

SM explained Taeyeon’s current status, “Taeyeon has suspended all schedules and is currently in self-quarantine in accordance with the guidelines of the quarantine authorities.

SM added, “We will continue to strictly follow the quarantine guidelines and do our best so that our artist can focus on treatment and recovery.

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Earlier, Taeyeon won Best Female Solo Artist at the 2022 Genie Music Awards held on Nov 8th. She announced in her acceptance speech that she was preparing for her solo concert, saying, “I’ll have a concert soon, so please wait.

First, representing the 2nd Kpop generation is none other than Taeyeon (SNSD). Even though she has turned 33, Taeyeon still shows a youthful beauty that can easily compete with her juniors. In short hair and sharp makeup, Taeyeon looks even more chic and trendy, and over time, her visuals and style both age like fine wine.
First, representing the 2nd Kpop generation is none other than Taeyeon (SNSD). Even though she has turned 33, Taeyeon still shows a youthful beauty that can easily compete with her juniors. In short hair and sharp makeup, Taeyeon looks even more chic and trendy, and over time, her visuals and style both age like fine wine.

Taeyeon has not been able to hold a concert for about three years due to COVID-19 since “TAEYEON Concert – The UNSEEN” held in 2020.

Girls’ Generation, to which Taeyeon belongs, recently made a comeback with their 7th full-length album to celebrate their 15th debut anniversary.

Source: Nate

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