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

Mark Ivan and his wife, a Filipino couple in their early 30s, were on Friday standing in a queue of people – so long it snaked around a corner – to take Covid-19 tests under a row of white tents manned by medical workers in sky-blue protective gear.They work in the city of Ansan, some 30km (19 miles) southwest of Seoul, in Gyeonggi Province – which on Monday issued an administrative order calling for all foreign employees to get tested before March 22 or face fines of up to 3 million won (US$2…

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