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S. Korea’s zero tolerance policy against violation of COVID-19 self-quarantine rules

S. Korea’s zero tolerance policy against violation of COVID-19 self-quarantine rules


as a country sees a surge in the number
of imported Co v19 cases and violators of the 14-day self-isolation rules
solves Prime Minister issues a ultimatum citizens who fail to adhere to the
measure will have charges filed against them foreigners will be deported
conn-young who shares with us his remarks South Korea has vowed zero
tolerance against people who do not follow self quarantine rules in efforts
to prevent further spread of the corona virus in the nation those who violate
self-isolation rules without legitimate reasons should face charges and in the
case of foreigners they should be forced to leave the country during a central
disaster and safety countermeasure headquarters meeting on Thursday
Prime Minister Chong Sagan stressed that self quarantine orders are legal
enforcement’s the South Korean government has required all inbound
passengers from Europe and the u.s. to remain in a 14-day self quarantine upon
arrival Prime Minister Chung said those who are subject to self isolation should
not be going to stores or restaurants he called on local governments to
designate public officials to closely monitor those in self quarantine using
location information systems from the start of today 57 of the 104 confirmed
cases were imported from overseas 30 of them were confirmed during quarantine
and 27 were confirmed in their local communities in South Korea there have
been 284 confirmed cases imported from overseas so far one of the cases is a 19
year old Korean woman who returned to Seoul from college in the US on March
15th the patient visited an jeju island on march 20th with three other people
including her mother although the patient had a fever and chills on the
first day she traveled around the island for the next four days she was confirmed
to have been infected on March 24th after returning to Seoul conn-young
Arirang news

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