○ Passengers with fevers or displaying respiratory symptoms that are deemed to have an epidemiological link to the virus during quarantine inspection will be diagnosed and tested at an isolation facility within the quarantine station and will be placed under temporary quarantined observation until the test results come back.
○ Korean nationals who do not show symptoms during quarantine inspection must get samples collected, diagnosed, and tested at a public health clinic within their jurisdiction within three days of arrival and be placed under self-quarantine for 14 days after arrival.
○ Foreign nationals who do not show symptoms will have their samples collected, diagnosed, and tested and will be required to wait at a separate facility until the test results come back. If the test results are negative, as is the case with Korean nationals, long-term stay foreigners will be placed under self-quarantine. However, short-term stay foreigners will be quarantined in a designated facility for the 14 day incubation period.
○ Meanwhile, inbound travelers who test positive will be transferred to an isolated treatment ward or Living Treatment Center to get treatment.