A photo provided by the Gyeonggi Province spokesman’s office shows an official spraying salt water into the mouth of a believer. Photo: HandoutA photo provided by the Gyeonggi Province spokesman’s office shows an official spraying salt water into the mouth of a believer. Photo: Handout
A photo provided by the Gyeonggi Province spokesman’s office shows an official spraying salt water into the mouth of a believer. Photo: Handout

Coronavirus: saltwater spray infects 46 church-goers in South Korea

  • The church in Gyeonggi Province sprayed salt water into the mouths of its followers out of a belief it would kill the virus
  • The new cases have fuelled the South Korean government’s efforts to clamp down on possible clusters, as cases rise to 8,236

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A photo provided by the Gyeonggi Province spokesman’s office shows an official spraying salt water into the mouth of a believer. Photo: HandoutA photo provided by the Gyeonggi Province spokesman’s office shows an official spraying salt water into the mouth of a believer. Photo: Handout
A photo provided by the Gyeonggi Province spokesman’s office shows an official spraying salt water into the mouth of a believer. Photo: Handout
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