February 2 – South Korea’s Ministry of Justice said on the 2nd that the coronavirus nucleic acid test (PCR) conducted by former South Korean President Park Geun-hye on February 1 was negative and has been released from quarantine.
According to Yonhap on the 2nd, Park Geun-hye had close contact with the staff of the detention center diagnosed with the novel coronavirus on January 19 and received her first nucleic acid test the next day, and the result was negative.
However, considering Park Geun-hye is old (68 years old), South Korea’s Ministry of Justice allows him to stay in the hospital for observation and quarantined until now.
South Korea’s Ministry of Justice said that since Park Geun-hye has been quarantined for two weeks, during which her illness could not be treated, she will continue to be hospitalized.
After that, the Ministry of Justice will decide when Park Geun-hye will return to the detention center according to the doctor’s instructions.