More than 50 confirmed cases came from Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do.

Twenty people were confirmed at a religious facility where believers stayed with in the building, and 33 at a nearby academy had coronavirus.

It was found that a 50-year-old who was living in a religious institution taught at an academy.

This is reporter Jo Yoon-ha.

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is the Yeongsaeng Bridge Victory Altar located in Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do.

The entrance door is firmly closed, and there is a prohibition sign in front of the door.

So far, the total number of corona19 confirmed cases from this religious facility is 53.

Twenty were people who attended the Victory Altar of Youngsenggyo or lived in the dormitory of the facility.

The remaining 33 people came from a nearby academy.

A man in his 50s who lives at the Seungri Altar of Youngsenggyo lectured at a nearby academy, and 33 students, including students and instructors, were confirmed one after another.

The man was found to have lived with other believers in a dormitory run by a religious facility.

This religious facility was divided into male and female dormitory buildings, and there were many confirmed cases in the male dormitory.

[Jangdeokcheon/Bucheon Mayor: There are a lot of confirmed cases in both buildings, mainly in the dormitory.]

Mr. A was found to have taught students in academy even though he first had symptoms on the 3rd.

The academy usually taught five or six students, and it was reported that classes were held every day.

Bucheon-si said, "There is a possibility that there is a possibility that an additional confirmed person will come out of the academy when Mr. A had symptoms, and that all those who visit the facility and the academy are asked to undergo an examination."

(Video coverage: Lee Chan-su, video editing: Lee Seung-jin)   

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