20 days later, former South Korean President Park Geun hye returned to Seoul detention center after ending isolation

On February 10, according to South Korean media, citing South Korean judicial news on the 9th, former President Park Geun hye, who was quarantined at Notre Dame hospital in Seoul on the afternoon of the 9th due to secret cases, returned to Seoul detention center after 20 days. < / P > < p > it is reported that park Geun hye had close contact with the staff of the detention house who were diagnosed with new coronavirus infection on January 19, and the results of the two subsequent nucleic acid tests were negative. However, the Ministry of justice allowed Park Geun hye to stay in hospital for another 6 days after she was released from isolation, considering that she was too old to treat her old illness during two weeks of isolation. Park Geun hye was discharged on the same day after the treatment. < / P > < p > since the end of 2020, a number of detention centers in South Korea have been infected collectively. Both former President Park Geun hye and former President Lee Myung Bak had confirmed cases in the execution center.