Newborn disease outbreaks push S. Korea to stiffen care centre oversight

Newborn disease outbreaks push S. Korea to stiffen care centre oversight
A nurse attending to a baby at the postnatal centre housed within Haenam General Hospital in South Korea. Opened in September 2015, it can cater to ten mothers at the same time and is almost always fully booked.
PHOTO: The Straits Times

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