Yonhap News Agency on December 14th, South Korea’s Central Epidemic Prevention and Response Headquarters said on the 14th that the government will set the “centralized testing period” from that day to the 3rd of next month, expand the scope of free COVID-19 testing by adding 150 temporary screening clinics in the capital circle, timely detect asymptomatic infections, and control the spread of the epidemic. .
Temporary screening clinics are mostly located in convenient areas, and anyone with or without symptoms can be examined anonymously.
The specific locations of 150 clinics were made public through the press conference of the headquarters on the same day.
It is reported that Seoul City will locate the clinic in major universities, Seoul Railway Station, Longshan Railway Station, Tago Park in Zhonglu District, etc.
Gaoyang City, Gyeonggi Province, will locate the clinic in Huajing Station, the exit of Yishan Station on the Gyeongyi Line and other major transportation centers.