Worldly CurioMay 26, 2020
South Korea’s coronavirus contact tracing puts LGBTQ community under surveillance, critics say
Health officials gain access to the cellphone GPS records, credit card transactions and transportation history of anyone who tests positive for COVID-19, and then they release much of that information to the public. Many in country's LGBTQ community say they feel singled out. Produced by: Jason Strother. Image credit: Yonhap/via Reuters.
Aired May 22, 2020
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