South Korea’s former President Park Geun hye tested negative for the nucleic acid of the new coronavirus (PCR) on the 1st, and today (the 2nd) he has been released from isolation, but will continue to be hospitalized, the Ministry of Justice said.
It is reported that park Geun hye had close contact with the staff of the detention house who was diagnosed with new crown pneumonia last month, and after receiving the first nucleic acid test the next day, the result was negative. However, the Ministry of justice allowed her to continue to stay in the hospital for observation, isolation and treatment of other diseases.
The Ministry of Justice said that park Geun hye has been in quarantine for two weeks, during which time her illness has not been treated and she will continue to be hospitalized. The Ministry of justice will follow the doctor’s advice to decide when Park Geun hye will return to the detention center.