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Hello! Welcome to my channel.

Today isApril 7, my 10th day of quarantine.

I started on March 27th, and so I thoughtI’d check in and give you a little update on how I’m doing.

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and alsointroduce to you the app that I’ve been using every day, twice a day, to send notonly my location, but to check in and send updates on my symptoms (or lackthereof) to the Korean government.

For the past 10 days, I’ve been speaking tothe city official that’s in charge of me pretty much every day.

I think out often days, we spoke maybe eight times but also she calls my husband ifshe can’t get ahold of me.

Initially when I was first told to use the app, they told me that I only needed to update my symptoms once a day and theydidn’t give me a specified time so I just figured okay like once a day that’seasy, but like two days in, I got a call from the official – the cityofficial – and she told me that I need to start updating twice a day so 10 a.

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and 4 p.

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and so I asked her like is there any leniency? or do I have toabsolutely update at those times and she told me that she can give me 20minutes after the (designated) time, but for the most part she’s like you need to do it right at 10:00 and 4:00.

there have been times where I did set my alarm at10:00 and 4:00, but sometimes I’ll turn it off and forget to turn itback on and so those are the times that she would call me and remind me totake my temperature.

and then there was one day when I was on my phone thisis like two days ago and I fell asleep but my phone ran out of battery and itdied and she called my husbandat 7:55 a.

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I think she had just woken up to go to work and realize that myphone was off, and she was panicked because she thought I had goneAWOL or something.

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I hadn’t, I was just sleeping .

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and so that couldhave been.

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That could have been bad but luckily , I turned on my phone, Ispoke to her, and I told her it wouldn’t happen again, so she didn’t have to comein and check on me.

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but she told me that if she couldn’t get ahold of me, that she was thinking about stopping by.

So far, no onestopped by to check on me or anything, but I heard that that’s like athing now because a lot of the people that are in quarantine (like me) likeforced quarantine / compulsory quarantine (I don’t know what to what to call it)but I know that they weren’t abiding by the rules and they left their cellphones at home, and would go on walks or go to the convenience store .

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and you’re not supposed to do that like that’s not the definition of quarantining.

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I haven’t left at all.

I’ve been getting my vitamins D through the window I think that’s all I wanted tosay .

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okay, just a couple more things so I wanted to talk about any changes in thepast ten days, and I would say that probably the biggest ones are that nowthere are greater repercussions for breaking quarantine rules like before Ithink it was around like a $1000 US dollarsthing if you broke the rules but now it’s 10, 000, 000 won which isapproximately $8000 US dollars and on top of that you could befacing like a year in jail so that and when I entered Korea onMarch 27 not everyone was forced to quarantine it was just people I thinkthat we’re showing signs of like a fever or symptoms or just people that werehere long term so like residents like natives or like residents people on likevisa I was like me but now any person coming into Seoul that’s coming from aforeign country I think is forced to quarantine for that fourteen days and Ithink that the reason that that’s been implemented is because no one should betraveling right now in my opinion but it’s to minimize or prevent unnecessarytravel so yeah okay I’m gonna show you the app now okay before I show you theapp I just wanted to show you how often I’ve been talking to her I changed Ichanged it to city official because I didn’t want to expose her name but yeahI spoke to her today spoke to her yesterday on the fifth on the fourth onthe third on the second and then marched thirty first and a couple times on thethirtieth and yeah so here here are the quarantine apps there’s self quarantineand self diagnosis so they’re pretty much the same this one this one’s easy Ionly do it once a day but if I have no symptoms I’ll just check this and pushsubmit it’s a daily self check and then for the other one here oh why is myphone number okay and then for the other one here ifif I don’t self diagnose then this the circle turns red if I don’t selfdiagnose in the circle turns red and I also get reminders like pop-ups thattell that tell me that I need to run my self diagnosis so for here thetemperature it wasn’t mandatory in the beginning I just had to push no but nowI have to take my temperature every day so as you can see as I said in my othervideo anything over thirty seven point five and then same here I just click nono no and and then just push end one time oh you can also go to this thediagnosis list and then it has a record of how many times I like submitted andat exactly what times see I’ve been China submit at ten and for ten for tenfor one time I didn’t have a fever but I clicked yes and so that flagged me andmy city official called me I told her it was okay so then she made me submitanother one and in the comment box write that it was an error so I guess theyjust keep track of all of that and another nifty thing on here or no not onhere but on the other app is that you can talk to the Korean center of DiseaseControl through here it’s like connected so Kakao Talk is like a messenger systemthat a lot of Korean use Koreans use I want to say like 95% of Koreans havethis so um yeah that’s what I’ve been doing so thank you for watching and Ihope you stay safe.

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