South Korean interns will hold a large-scale strike in batches from 7:00 a.m. on the 21st, opposing the government’s medical policy of expanding the enrollment of medical schools, Yonhap reported on August 21. < p > < p > regarding the possible impact of the strike on patients, the relevant personnel of Notre Dame hospital in Seoul said that except for emergency surgery, other operation schedules need to be adjusted, and the operation scale of the new coronavirus screening station may also be reduced. Seoul University Hospital said that the medical staff who are vital to the patient’s life will not participate in the strike, but it is expected that the patient’s waiting time will be extended. < / P > < p > because of dissatisfaction with the South Korean government’s medical policy such as the expansion of medical college enrollment, the Korean intern Association, which has 16000 members, took the lead on strike and held a protest on July 7. They believe that South Korea is well staffed and needs to increase salaries, while the expansion of enrollment will only lead to more fierce competition among doctors, which will not help to alleviate the gap in medical infrastructure in different regions. In addition to the intern Association, the Korean Medical Association will hold a three-day general strike of doctors nationwide from June 26.