The leader of the strict group that has been at the focal point of the coronavirus episode in South Korea has apologized to the country for the malady’s spread.
Lee Man-hee, the pioneer of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, jumped on his knees and bowed at a news meeting.
About 60% of the nation’s in excess of 4,000 affirmed cases are faction individuals.
On Monday, South Korea – the greatest hotspot outside China – revealed 476 new cases, carrying the absolute number to 4,212. It has recorded 26 passings.
Examiners have been approached to research Mr Lee on potential charges of gross carelessness.
“In spite of the fact that it was not purposeful, numerous individuals have been contaminated,” said the 88-year-old pioneer. “We put our most extreme endeavors, yet couldn’t forestall everything.”