As we mentioned during Part 1 of these three posts about what Korea has done to control the coronavirus COVID-19 spread, our sole intention is to give an inside look at the complex system Korea has implemented during this crisis. By no means we try to suggest these are the correct or only measures, procedures or policies. We just feel the need to share with our network the actions taken in between the private and public sector, and citizens in general.
Medical Avenue is constantly following the coronavirus reports from local media and medical organizations in Korea.
After confirming multiple cases in the city of Daegu on February 26th, the Korean Government took the decision to TEST everyone labeled “at risk”. That category included those who had COVID-19’s similar symptoms (cough, fever, hard breathing, etc), those who had been in contact with confirmed cases and even those who were at the places where cases were tracked.
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At the beginning of the year, many of us were thinking of having a checkup in South Korea during the spring break. Others were looking for medical treatment for underlying diseases at Korean hospitals. While some were thinking to boost their personal confidence at plastic surgery clinics in Korea. Unfortunately, the coronavirus spread cut everyone’s […]
This action allowed, and still does, for thousands of citizens to get tested without the need of public transportation, limiting the social contact. Unlike other countries, in Korea, the coronavirus detection tests have a cost of approximately $18 USD.