Doctors in South Korea have killed two patients and turned away four hospitals after they suffered cardiac arrest

South Korean doctors strike kills 2 patients, Turns Down cardiac arrest at 4 hospitals

A 39-year-old patient who suffered cardiac arrest in Yangzhou, South Korea, died on August 28 after being rejected by four hospitals because doctors were on strike and no one could see him, the Paper reported on August 31. Earlier, a patient in Busan city also died due to lack of access to medical treatment.