South Korea Coronavirus Google Play App
Coronavirus cases are surging in South Korea and app developers are looking to help stop its spread. Developers are now using public government data to enable users to see how close they are to where a confirmed Covid-19 patient has been. Once downloaded, the app shows the date a patient was confirmed with the disease, their demographic data, and most importantly, their location history. Read more for a video and additional information.



Corona 100m is an app that alerts a user if they come within 328-feet of a location visited by someone who is confirmed to have Covid-19. One app developer said he’s using his own app to take even more precautions because of what it has shown.

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The installs are increasing about 20,000 every hour. I thought it would be nice to mark them on a map. When I think that this app can prevent the spread of coronavirus patients by advising people not to go to certain places … I feel proud,” said Lee Jun-young, the developer of Corona Map.