According to a report in the Korea Herald, in response to the global coronavirus outbreak, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) is making its 1339 Call Center hotline available in English and other languages. A three-way call with interpreters on the line will be available after pressing #4 on your telephone keypad.
Experts at the KCDC will offer up-to-date information and referrals to anyone who calls, regardless of their visa status.
Other services being offered by government agencies include the Justice Ministry’s Immigration Service hotline 1345, which since the end of January has been open 24 hours a day. The Korea Tourism Organization’s 1330 hotline is also open 24 hours a day and offers counseling and interpretation services in English, Japanese and Chinese.
MoJ announcement: http://bitly.com/3806vuB
Jeju Provincial Government measures and hospital contact information: http://bitly.com/jnewcov
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