On November 12, Super Junior’s agency Label SJ officially confirmed the news. On November 11, the idol test results came out positive and he’s currently in self-quarantine. The label stated that he’s recently come into contact with a confirmed case and underwent PCR testing on November 10. The next day, his test results came out positive.
Shindong has not come into contact with any of his fellow members recently, thus, they will not be getting tested.
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Shindong is currently halting all of his activities and since he’s recently also hasn’t crossed paths with cast members of his variety shows, it is unlikely that his diagnosis will affect them.
Get well soon!