BTS‘ SugaIdentified positive for COVID-19. 

The group’s record label Big Hit Music shared the news in a message posted to the fan community platform Weverse on Friday, Dec. 24. The 28-year old artist had a PCR testing done on his return from South Korea, on Thursday, December 23. He received the results on Dec. 24, while he was still in quarantine. Big Hit Music reported that Suga was not in contact with any of his fellow band members. Jin, J-HopeRMJiminV and Jungkook

According to the statement, Suga had a number of personal engagements in the U.S. amid BTS’ period of rest, which was announced on Dec. 6 as an opportunity for the artists “to get re-inspiredAnd recharge with creative energy” and to “spend the holiday season with their families.” Suga had a negative PCR test, according to the message.

Big Hit Music said Suga completed his second round of the COVID-19 vaccine in late August, making his coronavirus case a breakthrough one, and that he has not shown any symptoms as of Dec. 24.