Block B’s Zico Tests Positive For COVID-19, Halts All Music Shows Performances

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Singer Zico was confirmed to be infected with COVID-19.

On July 25, Zico’s agency KOZ Entertainment said in an official statement that Zico confirmed that he was positive in the self-diagnosis test this morning, and he was confirmed to have COVID-19 through a rapid antigen test,” adding, “Zico is currently showing mild sore throat, body aches and is undergoing home treatment.”

KOZ Entertainment added, “Zico’s 4th mini album ‘Grown Ass Kid’ will be released on July 27 as scheduled, but this week’s schedule for ‘M Countdown’, ‘Music Bank’ and ‘Inkigayo’ performance has been cancelled.”


This is KOZ Entertainment.

We are informing you about Zico’s COVID-19 infection confirmation and his future schedule.

Zico confirmed that the result came positive in the self-diagnosis test on the morning of the July 25 and was confirmed to be COVID-19 through a rapid antigen test. Zico is currently showing mild sore throat and body aches and is undergoing home treatment.

Zico’s 4th mini album “Grown Ass Kid” will be released on July 27 as scheduled, but the schedule for appearance on “M Countdown,” “Music Bank” and “Inkigayo” this week has been canceled. We will inform you of the schedule for the artist’s continuation of activities.

We will do our best to help Zico recover his health as soon as possible, considering artist health is our top priority. In addition, we will sincerely cooperate with the requests and guidelines of the quarantine authorities.

Thank you.

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