* Date : 2021-01-14
The third wave of COVID-19 infections in Korea seem to have peaked and we are now seeing a downward trend. South Korea is getting ready to announce a new set of distancing measures this weekend, and it is important to decide between a resurgence or stability of the pandemic. We sit down with experts to discuss the current situation and future quarantine measures.
After the spread of COVID-19, the South Korean government implemented cohort quarantine measures at several facilities. Other countries have also adopted cohort quarantine protocols to curb the spread of the virus. We learn more about what cohort quarantine is and its effects.
- Guests In-Studio
- JUNG Ki-suck, Professor / College of Medicine, Hallym University
- Sarah Ok SHIN, Associate Professor / College of Medicine, Korea University