South Korea: Seoul introduces coronavirus screening booths to prevent direct contact with patients

A hospital in Seoul introduced coronavirus 'booths' to test patients suspected of having the coronavirus without a direct contact, effectively reducing the risks of human-to-human contamination, as footage filmed on Thursday shows. Patients at Yangji Hospital were seen tested through one-person screening booths which separate them from doctors, in what has been called the 'walk-through' test... Еще. The Safe Assessment and Fast Evaluation Technical booth or SAFETY allows doctors to collect samples from patients without direct contact, by using gloves attached to the booths. According to the latest report issued by the World Health Organisation, South Korea has 8,320 confirmed coronavirus cases, with 81 deaths reported so far.

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