* Date : 2020-11-11
At a time when most countries around the world are witnessing a resurgence of the coronavirus, South Korea is garnering attention as one of the few countries that began easing its tough social distancing rules. What role can Korea play when the world is once again faced with another crisis? We delve into the role Korea can play and the importance of global coordination in the post-COVID-19 era with lawyer Bong Wook, who served as the former Deputy Prosecutor General of the Supreme Prosecutors' Office of Korea.
We continue to hear news on the resurgence of COVID-19 in all corners of the world. Against this backdrop, Korea's quarantine measures against COVID-19 is once garnering attention. Last month, a leading U.S. epidemiological journal published a thesis introducing Korea's initial responses to the pandemic. We delve into the details with experts.
Complying with personal hygiene measures like mask wearing and hand washing as well as practicing social distancing are the most effective ways to protect yourself from COVID-19. Hand washing is the most economic and effective infectious disease prevention measure. We take a detailed look at hand washing.
- Guests In-Studio
- BONG Wook, Lawyer/ Former Deputy Prosecutor General of Supreme Prosecutors' Office
- LEE Dae-joong, Director / Development and Finance Department, Ministry of Economy and Finance
- IM Moon-kyu, Director / Center for Global Development, Yonsei University Health System
- Guests Skype
- Hiroaki Wada / Senior writer, Mainichi Newspaper