delta.com 델타항공: semantically broken 19

source: https://www.delta.com/content/www/en_US/support/faqs/preparing-for-your-trip/special-needs-faqs.html
target: https://ko.delta.com/content/www/en_US/support/faqs/preparing-for-your-trip/special-needs-faqs.html

What if I have a medical condition and/or need to travel with oxygen?
의료 상태가 있거나 산소 공급 장치를 가지고 여행을 해야 하는 경우에는 어떻게 해야 하나요?
->’medical condition’ delivers a dictionary meaning so it doesn’t make sense at all in context.

We may require a medical certificate explaining your health condition and the possible impact on other travelers. For example, if you have an infectious disease, Delta may require a medical certificate from your physician explaining that your disease is not communicable to other passengers during the normal course of a flight. Delta also requires a medical certificate authorizing the use of an approved Portable Oxygen Concentrator or confirming that a medical condition would not necessitate extraordinary medical assistance during a flight.
고객님의 건강 상태와 다른 여행자에 미치는 영향을 설명한 의료 인증서를 요청할 수 있습니다. 예를 들어, 고객님께서 전염성 질병을 앓고 있는 경우, 델타는 주치의가 정상적인 비행 중에 다른 승객에게 질병이 옮겨지지 않는다는 설명을 한 의료 확인서를 요청할 수 있습니다. 또한 델타는 승인된 휴대용 산소 농축탱크 의 사용을 허가하고, 비행 중 추가 의료지원이 필요하지 않다는 것을 확인하는 의료증서도 요청합니다.
->’medical certificate’ reads three different spellings in context so the direction sounds like requesting three different papers from a doctor. ‘infectious disease’ reads a dictionary meaning so it doesn’t agree to ‘not communicable’ in context in terms of meaning.

Visit our Medical section for more information on medical conditions.
Or see Special Concerns for information on onboard medical oxygen service and customer-owned oxygen units.
의료 상태에 대한 더 자세한 정보가 필요하시면 의료 부분을 방문하십시오.
기내 의료용 산소 서비스와 고객 소우 산소 기기에 대한 더 자세한 정보는 특별 배려를 참조해주세요.
->The sentences follows English grammar. ‘medical section’ reads a dictionary meaning so it makes readers confused whether it refers to a medical unit/department or not. The typo ‘customer-owned’ is not proofread properly.

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