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South Korea fighting to contain new outbreak amid homophobic backlash

metro.co.uk

South Korea is struggling to contain a new outbreak of coronavirus linked to several gay nightclubs in the capital city, as authorities fear a homophobic backlash is stopping people coming forward to get tested.

Officials in Seoul are combing through mobile phone data, credit card statements and CCTV footage to identify people who visited nightclubs at the centre of one of the city’s biggest coronavirus clusters.

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