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A postpartum care center in Ansan, Gyeonggi Province received a report of suspected newborn child abuse, and the police launched an investigation. 

On the 18th, the Female Youth Crime Investigation Unit of the Gyeonggi Southern Police Agency announced that they had booked and investigated two people, including A, an official from a postpartum care center located in Danwon-gu, Ansan-si, for violating the Child Welfare Act.

They are recently accused of pushing the crib against the wall in the neonatal room in the postpartum care center and covering the newborn baby's face with a handkerchief.

Their actions were confirmed through 'Bebe Cam', a type of CCTV.

Mothers can see their newborn babies in real time for 30 minutes a day through 'Bebecam'.

The mothers who saw this not only protested to the cook, but also reported it to the police, and the cook is said to have acknowledged the negligence and apologized.  

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In addition, pictures of postpartum care center employees kneeling were posted on an online community, and conversations in a group open chat room with some postpartum care center users were also shared. 

One mother expressed regret, saying, "It is unknown how much abuse there was in an invisible place."

The police are investigating whether Mr. A and others are being investigated, while obtaining recorded videos from the mothers and analyzing whether they are abused. 

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Meanwhile, the postpartum care center posted a statement on its website on the 18th, saying, "The hospital is also investigating the truth by voluntarily reporting to the Ansan City Public Health Center." said. 

In addition, "Currently, the Internet is flooded with content that is irrelevant or irrelevant to the truth," he said. "Acts of guessing with a video that was simply transmitted or randomly posting content that harms the honor of individuals and hospitals can cause serious problems in the future. We inform you that there is." 

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