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military unit group infection is also not serious.

Following the Cheorwon Artillery and Yeoncheon Recruitment Training College, 17 people were confirmed this time at the Sangmudae, the largest training facility in the Jangseong Army in Jeonnam.

It is a place where 5,000 people live together, so further infection is a concern.

This is Kim Tae-hoon, a reporter specialized in defense

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is a commercial stage in Jangseong, Jeollanam-do, where five army units and schools, including artillery, armor, chemistry, engineer, and infantry, are concentrated.

It is the largest military training facility in the army, with about 5,000 full-time soldiers and civilians.

One of the officers of an artillery school who recently went to Seoul was confirmed yesterday (27th) for the first time during the day, and a diagnostic test was performed on direct and indirect contacts, and an additional 16 people were confirmed today.

The number of contacts who need to be tested has also skyrocketed, fearing further infection.

The military quarantined one person in close contact, restricted movement of other soldiers out of the unit, and self-quarantine for civilian personnel.

[Kim Ji-yul/Director of Public Affairs Office of the Army Artillery School: The military controls the movement of troops and conducts epidemiological investigations with local governments to prevent infection.] In the

Gwangju-Jeonnam area, secondary infection started by a person who went on a golf trip. And Chonnam National University Hospital group infection occurred, but it does not seem to be directly related to Sangmu University group infection.

As a whole, 20 people were added today, and the cumulative confirmed number increased to 367.

The military has entered step 2.5 of the distance banning, banning vacations, going out, drinking, and golf until the 7th of next month, with 39 members of the Cheorwon 5 Artillery Brigade, 70 members from Yeoncheon Recruitment Training College, and 17 members from today's Sangmudae, in the last week. As group infections from military units continue, it is truly in a state of hypertension.

(Video coverage: Jang Chang-gun KBC, Video editing: Lee Seung-yeol)