A medical worker sprays disinfectant at a coronavirus testing site in Seoul. Photo: AP A medical worker sprays disinfectant at a coronavirus testing site in Seoul. Photo: AP
A medical worker sprays disinfectant at a coronavirus testing site in Seoul. Photo: AP

In South Korea’s Gyeonggi Province, mandatory coronavirus testing for foreigners sparks accusations of racism

  • The country’s most populous province has ordered all migrant workers to get tested following a number of infection clusters
  • While some have no problem with the free tests, other foreigners have called the order ‘humiliating’ and say they have been scapegoated

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A medical worker sprays disinfectant at a coronavirus testing site in Seoul. Photo: AP A medical worker sprays disinfectant at a coronavirus testing site in Seoul. Photo: AP
A medical worker sprays disinfectant at a coronavirus testing site in Seoul. Photo: AP
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