Problems of poor treatment of inclusions in the military continue to emerge. This time, a report from an army soldier came in that it was trying to withstand quarantine in a building full of mold and infested with cockroaches.
This is Ha Jeong-yeon.
The walls, ceilings and walls covered with mold were filled with moss.
There are cracks all over the place and the floor tiles are broken all over the place, so it looks like an abandoned house.
This is where an army unit from Gangwon Province isolates returnees on vacation.
[Containment soldier (reporter): There are still cockroaches coming out. I don't have a desk, so I eat it on the floor when I receive it.]
The light in the washroom is also broken, so when you wash it you have to rely on the dimly lit hallway light.
I only blocked the beds with plastic, but I am wondering if there will be a containment effect.
[Chun Eun-mi/Professor of Respiratory Internal Medicine, Ewha Womans University Mokdong Hospital: You don't know who is infected. It is not an quarantine facility if you share a bathroom or sink.]
Even though it has been over a year since the coronavirus outbreak, problems are constantly rising in the dining and space for the quarantine.
[Bang Hye-rin / Military Human Rights Center Counseling Team Leader: Shouldn't the Ministry of Defense find out what are the deficiencies in front-line units?
The Army explained that it would improve the inconvenience by taking a closer look at the difficult situation of the frontline units.