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Global report: South Korea trials QR codes for Covid-19 tracing

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Pakistanis told to ‘live with virus'; New Zealand brings forward decision on easing lockdown; Fauci hasn't spoken to Trump in two weeks; Mexico passes 10,000 deaths Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage South Korea is testing a new QR code tracing system to track visitors at entertainment venues, restaurants and churches as it battles to contain persistent clusters of infection. It comes as Pakistan' s prime minister, Imran Khan, called for people to “live with the virus”. A church-linked Covid-19 cluster of 40 cases in the Seoul metropolitan area has been the third...
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