A Korean Blockchain company accused of being COVID-19 ground zero

A huge tech hub in Seoul is being checked by health officials for COVID-19.

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After 44 anonymous employees testing positive for COVID-19, they were quarantined ever since reports Asia Kyungjae.

This company is said to be located in the southern Gwanak District in Seoul which serves as a hub for tech giants. Therefore some argue that this could be directing a new wave of the COVID-19 patients in South Korea.

We had previously voiced our concern regarding Jeju Island, a tourist attraction, which is always full of tourists in South Korea.

Now on this Island, all tourists are supposed to have an app powered by blockchain on their phones that generates a decentralized ID for tracing private and secure coronavirus contact.

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