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Korea uses Life Park as COVID-19 treatment centre

15 May 2020 | News

Hanwha's Life Park provides 160 rooms for the treatment and quarantine of patients with mild symptoms from Seoul and surrounding Gyeonggi Province

Hanwha Group, a large business conglomerate in South Korea, is closely monitoring the COVID-19 global health crisis and implementing various measures to protect the health and safety of their employees and slow the spread of coronavirus by helping hard-hit communities.

Given coronavirus' unrelenting spread, the demand for hospital beds to treat COVID-19 patients is expected to remain high for the foreseeable future. Access to enough hospital beds and quarantine facilities is crucial.

Hanwha Life took the initiative in March by providing Life Park, a smart training institute in the city of Yongin, Gyeonggi Province in Korea as a COVID-19 treatment center.

Hanwha's Life Park provides 160 rooms for the treatment and quarantine of patients with mild symptoms from Seoul and surrounding Gyeonggi Province. The facility is temporarily staffed by professional medical personnel dispatched from Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, which also provided medical equipment and services for the treatment and health management of those patients.

As a result, Life Park has become "Gyeonggi Province's Life-Treatment Center" for patients, helping them recover and return to daily life. The company remains committed to the fight against COVID-19, supporting healthcare workers, whose bravery, hard work and dedication is truly inspiring.


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