As the number of confirmed cases increased, the government launched a special quarantine inspection. The private sector is also introducing its own quarantine pass, such as hiring only those who have received the vaccine, but the government said it is not something to ban.

Correspondent Kim Deok-hyun.

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is an academy in Yangcheon-gu, Seoul.

A government special inspection team circulates inside the academy to check the quarantine status.

[(While walking around the classroom, are you sitting with a distance….) Are you checking in before entering? When students arrive?]

Until the day before the entrance exam, a special quarantine check has been started to ensure that the test takers can take the exam safely.

Joint inspections were also conducted on restaurants and cafes, entertainment facilities with quarantine passes, karaoke rooms, and gyms.

The controversy surrounding the quarantine pass has spread to the private sector.

There are posts on the job site and job search site saying that only those who have been vaccinated as part-time students are being hired.

Even in college districts, only those who have completed the vaccination can participate in some of the autumn festival events, or some facilities have restricted use to those eligible for the vaccine pass.

The government has drawn a line that it will not block the private quarantine pass, although illegality should be considered in the case of employment exclusion.

[Kim Yu-mi / Vaccination Certificate/Voice Confirmation Promotion Team Leader: In the private sector, it is possible for the person in charge of the facility to apply the quarantine pass independently for the safe management of the facility and the creation of a safe environment.]

If the crackdown begins in earnest after the 1 or 2 week probation period is over, the controversy can grow even bigger.

The operators of indoor sports facilities subject to the quarantine pass have filed a lawsuit against the government to compensate for business losses during the period of ban on gatherings, insisting on the withdrawal of the quarantine pass policy.