Picture from the Joongang Ilbo, 6/16/09.
Yes, I know Suwon is not an hour north of Seoul, but I didn't write the article. An excerpt from The Age.
The coach of the Australian under-21s lacrosse squad detained in South Korea because one has tested positive to swine flu, says he's concerned for the mental health of some of the players.
South Korean authorities have ordered the other 24 members of the team and its coaching staff, who are showing no signs of the influenza A(H1N1) virus, to be isolated for seven days.
The group are currently staying at the Romada Plaza Hotel, in Suwon, about an hour north of Seoul.
A young man was taken to hospital and quarantined on arrival at Seoul airport after infra-red cameras detected an elevated temperature.
Co-coach Greg Mollison said the South Korean government informed him that he and the team would be moved to an as yet unknown hotel today, where they will be isolated in single rooms for seven days.
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