Did This Cult Church Cause the Coronavirus Outbreak in South Korea?

People wearing masks to prevent contracting the coronavirus wait in line to buy masks at a department store in Seoul, South Korea Feb. 27, 2020. (Reuters)

Outside of China, South Korea is home to the largest number of coronavirus diagnoses in the world. Within a week, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 catapulted from a few dozen to more than 1,000.

Some have been wondering how such a leap could happen in such a short period of time, but as more information comes in, one potential culprit is becoming increasingly likely, according to numerous reports.

Thankfully, researchers with the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have been working around the clock to learn more about COVID-19, how to cure it, and how to stop the illness from continuing to spread.

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