Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: South Korea data helps create framework to identify COVID-19 vulnerable areas worldwide

(Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center) The U.S. and South Korea recorded their first official COVID-19 case on the same day, but there were notable differences in how each country addressed the world's most severe pandemic since 1918. A group of researchers recently conducted a study in which they applied data taken from South Korea's response to COVID-19 to develop a methodological framework for identifying pockets of COVID-19-vulnerable populations through the use of socioeconomic status and epidemiological determinants.