They are waiting for outpatient treatment at a general hospital in Seoul.
We can’t find anything unusual except that everyone is wearing a mask.
In Korea, outpatient treatment and hospitalization at general hospitals are progressing normally even after the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. Of course, the small hospitals in the neighborhood are doing normal medical treatment.
In the case of a general hospital, it is no different than usual except for mandatory wearing of masks, body temperature tests, and hand sanitizers when entering the hospital. However, it seems different to check the people coming in by reducing the number of entrances.
We were able to continue to receive treatment as usual in the COVID-19 virus situation that began to spread in February of this year.
There is a rumor that the number of patients at the small hospital in the neighborhood has decreased, but if you feel sick or uncomfortable, you can wear a mask and go to the hospital for treatment.
If you have symptoms related to COVID-19, you may want to go to a screening clinic and have it examined immediately.
I look forward to the day when I can go to the hospital without wearing a mask as soon as possible.
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