The World Bank Approves South Korea to Provide Emergency Care to its Staff

The ministry added in a statement today, Tuesday, that only Thailand and Singapore provide emergency medical care to World Bank workers in Asia, and now South Korea has been added to the list, apparently because of its control of the Corona virus.

The World Bank requires its staff suffering from acute or serious illnesses or injuries, to receive immediate medical treatment in a neighboring country when this treatment is not available locally.

South Korea saw hundreds of new infections a day in late February and early March, but worked to stabilize the spread of the disease through extensive testing and tracking.

However, concerns remain about a new wave of injuries, as the country relaxed guidelines for social estrangement.

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The ministry added in a statement today, Tuesday, that only Thailand and Singapore provide emergency medical care to World Bank workers in Asia, and now South Korea has been added to the list, apparently because of its control of the Corona virus.

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