December 22 According to Yonhap News Agency, three people have recently been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Seoul detention center where former South Korean President Park Geun-hye have recently been diagnosed.
All people in detention, including staff and inmates, will be tested for the novel coronavirus, according to the report. Previously, there was a mass infection in the eastern Seoul detention center where former South Korean President Lee Myung-bak broke out.
A total of 187 people were diagnosed. Lee Myung-bak’s test results were negative.
According to the Ministry of Justice of South Korea, a prisoner was taken into Seoul Detention Center, where Park Geun-hye is located, on December 11 to receive reform through labor.
The man was released on the 19th and tested for COVID-19 the next afternoon (20th). He tested positive on the 21st.
Since then, 36 detention center staff and 50 prisoners who have come into contact with them have been tested, and two more have been diagnosed.
In May this year, Park Geun-hye’s detention center also had an epidemic. At that time, a prison guard was diagnosed and contacted 254 prisoners. ( Overseas Network Liu Qiang)
Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye will be tested for the novel coronavirus. Many people in the detention center in the country have been diagnosed.
Chinanews.com, December 22 According to South Korean media reports, as of the 22nd, three people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Seoul Detention Center in Daoyiwang City, Gyeonggi, South Korea.
The detention center is expected to conduct a full COVID-19 test on the 22nd for all intakers and staff. Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was detained in the detention center.
On December 12, a prisoner was detained in the detention center for not paying a fine. He was released on the 19th and tested for the novel coronavirus on the 20th. He tested positive on the 21st.
On the 21st, Seoul Detention Center tested 50 inmates and 36 employees who came into contact with the released confirmed patient. So far, two more have been diagnosed.
As a result, Seoul Detention Center decided to test all personnel on the 22nd.
In addition, the detention center in eastern Seoul, where former South Korean President Lee Myung-bak recently underwent a comprehensive coronavirus test, with a total of 187 confirmed cases.