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An Inside Look at South Korea’s Covid-19 Warning System

How one nation keeps everyone safe and informed when cases rise

People shop in the Mangwon district on March 12, 2020, in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: Woohae Cho/Stringer/Getty Images

A few weeks ago, a colleague came into my office and announced, “Damn, it looks like things are starting to get bad again.” He turned his phone toward me. It was opened to Worldometer’s Covid-19 tracking page. I scrolled down to select the country we live in: South




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