Stray Kids will be performing as a full group for the remainder of their U.S. tour!
Last week, the U.S. leg of Stray Kids’ world tour “MANIAC” came to an abrupt halt just days after it began when Lee Know, Felix, and I.N all tested positive for COVID-19. On July 3, JYP Entertainment announced that Stray Kids would be postponing their Atlanta and Fort Worth concerts, which were originally scheduled to take place on July 3 and July 6 respectively.
On July 8 local time, JYP Entertainment officially announced that Lee Know, Felix, and I.N had all tested negative for COVID-19 using rapid antigen tests after being released from quarantine.
As a result, all three members will be rejoining the rest of the group to perform at their remaining tour stops starting on July 9, when Stray Kids will hold the first of two LA concerts scheduled for this weekend.
JYP Entertainment’s full English statement is as follows:
Notice Regarding Lee Know, Felix, and I.N’s Conclusion of Quarantine
Hello, this is JYPE.
We inform you that Stray Kids members Lee Know, Felix, and I.N’s quarantine has been concluded as of July 8th (Friday), 0AM (local time).
Lee Know, Felix, and I.N had been in quarantine and undergoing treatment in accordance with the United States CDC guidelines since July 2nd (Saturday), and they did not present any particular symptoms during the quarantine period.
Upon the conclusion of their quarantine, Lee Know, Felix, and I.N took COVID-19 rapid antigen tests and tested negative. The three will be participating in the remaining tour dates starting from the Stray Kids 2nd World Tour “MANIAC” in LA on July 9th (Saturday, local time).
We would like to sincerely thank the fans who showed concern for the health of our artists.
JYPE will continue to place the artist’s health as the highest priority and abide by CDC guidelines.
Stray Kids will be performing in LA on July 9 and 10, Oakland on July 12, Seattle on July 14 and 15, and Anaheim on July 19 and 20.
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