Mapping coronavirus: South Koreans turn to online tracking as cases surge

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Mapping coronavirus: South Koreans turn to online tracking as cases surge

Private software developers set up websites and apps to track cases and infection hotspots.

As the new coronavirus spreads in South Korea, private software developers have set up websites and apps to help people track cases and shun places where infected people have been in the hope of avoiding the fast-spreading virus. The government, stung by criticism of how it handled past ...

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