Recently, news of David Tao and Jam Hsiao getting sick has emerged. Both attended the Typhoon Relief event in Hong Kong. This led to rumors that they had contracted H1N1. After visiting doctors, both were told they had only contracted the regular cold.
Hong Kong star, Stephy Tang was confirmed to have H1N1. This provided danger to anyone in the Hong Kong entertainment circle. During last week's charity event, artists from Taiwan also attended including David Tao, Jam Hsiao and Mayday. But once the artists went backstage, they began to show symptoms.
NOWnews reports that there were suspicions that the symptoms David Tao and Jam Hsiao exhibited were somehow related to Stephy Tang.
On the 20th of August, Jam Hsiao developed a high fever to the point of shivering and a sore throat that prevented him from speaking. His manager suggested for him to get a massage when his body started hurting all over. Because Jam Hsiao does not like to see doctors, he took medicine to reduce his fever and then went to sleep for 16 hours. In the end, his manager had to carry him to the doctor.
Jam Hsiao's manager confirmed that the doctor said Jam had only gotten the regular flu. The doctor also subscribed five days' worth of medicine. If Jam still showed trouble breathing or his lip turned purple, he was to immediately go to the hospital.
David Tao has been sick since last Friday. Up until the 20th, his throat was dry. After seeing the doctor, he was confirmed to only have the cold. The doctor told him to keep off exercise and sing less for now.
Besides expressing that David Tao and Jam Hsiao all had interacted with Stephy Tang during the charity event, both of their record companies denied any rumors of the spread of H1N1 to their artists.Source