Yonsei University Medical School has signed a "COVID-19 Information Hub Project MOU" with the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to overcome the COVID-19 crisis and realize sustainable development goals, global social values. This MOU focuses on strengthening the capabilities of developing countries that experience great difficulties due to the lack of health care personnel, resources, and information necessary for respond to COVID-19. KOICA recently opened an information hub website (covid19.koica.go.kr) that provides comprehensive data related to COVID-19. KOICA will produce 20 FAQ series videos focusing on A-alternative test plans if large-scale Korean tests and treatments are not applied to developing countries and international development cooperation to prepare for post-COVID-19. The Yonsei Medical School, which said it would make the most of its resources to help across borders, said it hopes to contribute to the SDG 3.3 and further open new possibilities.
Since many overseas universities that have disrupted hospital operations requested English guidelines due to the spread of COVID-19, Yonsei University Dental Hospital produced and provided an English version of the guidelines for responding to each process from patient reservations to treatment and treatment.The 10-page guidelines include a patient screening system that selects suspected COVID-19 patients in three stages, including reservation, access, and reception, patient treatment protocols such as wearing personal protective equipment and disinfection of treatment spaces, and major responses conducted by hospitals to protect facilities and staff infection control. Strengthened the capacity of all countries, in partical developing countries, for early warning, risk reduction and management of national and global health by helping various institutions with common tasks for safe treatment.