The situation was revealed that the BTJ Universal Center systematically used the’Jeju Relief Code’, an electronic access list operated by Jeju Island to hide the traffic of visitors.
It was aimed at a loophole that could leave a record of visits with a QR code photo of a tourist spot in Jeju Island.
On December 24 of last year, the Intercorp Seoul Branch sent an e-mail titled’What to know when attending the BTJ World Center’ to Intercorp members. Intercorp, a Protestant missions organization, operates the BTJ Center for the Nations.
The mail contained a method to disturb the guidelines for quarantine against the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19).
As a specific method, it was suggested that you turn off your mobile phone when visiting the BTJ Heating Center, never turn on your mobile phone until you return, and do not inform outsiders of your location.
In particular, the e-mail guides you on how to make up a false visit history using the Jeju Security Code app.
The Jeju Relief Code is an electronic access list operated by Jeju Island to identify the visit history and contacts of corona19 confirmed patients.
The Jeju Relief Code is operated in a way that users download and install an app on their smartphone and shoot a QR code attached to the workplace through this app.
Until now, the Jeju Security Code was authenticated by visiting only the image of the QR code attached to the business site, and concerns about quarantine confusion continued to arise.
Looking at the contents of the e-mail, it is presumed that they shared the Jeju QR code picture only in the messenger secret chat room and received the QR code through the Intercorp Jeju branch.
At the end of the text,’This e-mail is confidential and should not be disclosed to the outside without approval. Please read it and delete it immediately.’
Currently, cases of infections related to the BTJ National Center have appeared one after another across the country, with 576 confirmed cases by the 13th.
Jeju Island said that 30 out of 39 residents of Jeju Island who visited the BTJ World Center on the 14th were tested, and 25 were negative, and the other 5 were waiting for the test results. However, 6 out of 39 are still not contacted, so they plan to work with the police to determine whereabouts.
Jeju = Reporter Seongjun Lim email@example.com
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