Verification of the unverified content that promotes people's anxiety and fear continues. Today (26th), SNS said that Seoul Asan Hospital, which has the largest number of beds in Korea, is blocking access to patients living in Daegu and Gyeongbuk.
Reporter Lee Kyung-won confirmed in the corner.
This is a notice posted on the Seoul Asan Hospital homepage.
It lists hospital access and medical treatment restrictions, including residents and visitors to Daegu and Gyeongbuk.
The corona 19 confirmed person is 1 in 10,000 people in Daegu and Gyeongbuk, but it is too harsh or containment.
I checked with Asan Hospital and it is correct that I posted this notice.
The hospital's explanation is this.
Residents of Daegu, Gyeongbuk or visitors are allowed to postpone their reservations. If they are in a hurry, they are sent to a screening clinic to check for corona19.
Access may be restricted during this process, but a specific explanation has been missed.
The other big hospitals were no different, but the five major hospitals also responded similarly by delaying medical treatment in Daegu and Gyeongbuk or by visiting screening clinics first.
Restrictions on access to residents of Daegu and Gyeongbuk were not true, but it seems unavoidable to criticize Asan Medical Center for misunderstandings.
Since then, Asan Hospital has revised the announcement.
There was a report today that one of the confirmed Gangnam-gu, Seoul employees of the Benz Nonhyun Service Center had a lot of contact with people.
This patient was not affiliated with this store.
When I visited my sister's house in Nonhyeon-dong in Daegu, I was confirmed.
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[Actually] Seoul Asan Hospital, Daegu, Gyeongbuk people are prohibited from entering?
Verification of the unverified content that promotes people's anxiety and fear continues. Today, SNS said that Seoul Asan Hospital, which has the largest number of beds in Korea, is blocking access to patients living in Daegu and Gyeongbuk.