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Pewaris Samsung mohon maaf ke publik akan kegagalan menangani penyebaran virus MERS Pewaris Samsung mohon maaf ke publik akan kegagalan menangani penyebaran virus MERS
Permohonan maaf resmi terhadap publik telah dibuat oleh pewaris Samsung Electronic dan Wakil Ketua Lee Jae Yong (47) setelah salah satu rumah sakit afiliasinya, Samsung Medical... Pewaris Samsung mohon maaf ke publik akan kegagalan menangani penyebaran virus MERS

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Permohonan maaf resmi terhadap publik telah dibuat oleh pewaris Samsung Electronic dan Wakil Ketua Lee Jae Yong (47) setelah salah satu rumah sakit afiliasinya, Samsung Medical Hospital menjadi pusat wabah MERS.

Konferensi pers TV digelar pada 23 Juni di kantor pusat perusahaan di Seoul selatan. Meski Samsung Medical Hospital telah minta maaf dua kali akan cara mereka menangani pecahnya MERS di stadium awal, ini adalah pertamaka kalinya perusahaan pusat, Samsung, membuat pernyataan maaf.

Sebagai tambahan, ini juga pertama kalinya Wakil Ketua Lee Jae You muncul di konferensi pers.

“Samsung Medical Center gagal menahan perkembangan virus MERS. Kami telah menyebabkan banyak rasa sakit dan keprihatinan untuk orang-orang Korea. Aku mohon maaf yang sebesar-besarnya.”

Setelah menunduk dalam-dalam kepada pers, dia menyatakan, “Aku mohon maaf yang sebesar-besarnya dan sangat menyesal terhadap para pasien, keluarga yang berduka dan orang-orang yang menderita akan penyakit ini. Ayahku juga sedang dirawat di rumah sakit. Aku dapat memahami penderitaan dan keprihatinan kalian.”

“Di awal insiden ini, kami memutuskan untuk mengembangkan fasilitas medis dan lingkungan kami, termasuk ER, dan membangun ruang isolasi agar pasien kami tenang. Kami akan membantu penghindaran penyakit ini dan mengembangkan vaksin demi masa depan yang lebih baik.”

Samsung Medical Hospital menampung hampir setengah dari total pasien MERS di Korea Selatan dengan sekitar 80 orang yang dipercaya terjangkit oleh pasien MERS ke-14, pasien yang dijuluki “penjangkit super,” selama hari keduanya di ruang gawat darurat dimana dia tidak terdiagnosa akan virus MERS.

Kali ini, Samsung Medical Hospital sedang ditangguhkan hingga 24 Juni, hanya diperbolehkan praktek operasi darurat dan merawat pasien MERS. Akan tetapi, dengan pasien MERS yang terus bertambah, tangguhan rumah sakit ini dapat bertambah.

Sejauh ini, MERS telah membunuh 27 orang dan 175 orang dikonfirmasi telah terinfeksi.

Samsung’s heir apologizes to the public for failing to contain MERS virus

An official apology to the public has been made by Samsung Electronic’s heir and Vice Chairman Lee Jae Yong (47) after one of its affiliated hospitals, Samsung Medical Hospital became the center of the MERS epidemic.

A televised press conference was held on June 23rd at the company’s headquarters in southern Seoul. Despite Samsung Medical Hospital already having apologized twice on the way they had handled the MERS outbreak in the early stages, it is the first time the main company, Samsung, has made a public apology.

 
Additionally, it is the first time Vice Chairman Lee Jae Yong has appeared at a press conference as he usually stays low key.

“Samsung Medical Center failed to contain the spread of the MERS virus. We have caused too much pain and concern for the Korean people. I extend my sincerest apologies.”

After giving a deep bow to the press, he stated, “I offer my sincere apologies and deep regrets to the patients, bereaved families and all others who have suffered from the disease.My father is also hospitalized at the hospital. I can understand your sufferings and concerns.”

“In the wake of the incident, we’ve decided to improve our medical facilities and environments, including the ER, and build a more negative pressure isolation rooms to make our patients feel at ease. We will actively support disease prevention efforts and vaccine development to better deal with future disease infection.”

Samsung Medical Hospital accounts for almost half of the total MERS patients in South Korea with approximately 80 people believed to have been infected by the 14th MERS patient, the “super spreader,” during his 2-day stay at the hospital’s emergency room during which he was failed to be diagnosed with the virus.

Currently, Samsung Medical Hospital is under a suspension until June 24th, only carrying out emergency surgeries and treating MERS patients. However, with the growing MERS patients, the suspension on the hospital may extend.

Thus far, MERS has killed 27 people with 175 confirmed to be infected.

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