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The Ministry of Justice announced earlier this month that English teachers will no longer be screened for HIV during the visa application process to be eligible to enter and stay in South Korea. The decision comes 10 years after the government changed its visa policies for foreign English teachers, in November of 2007. Motivated by widespread panic among South Koreans — a tipping point of which was the arrest of Christopher Paul, a teacher accused of serial child sex offenses — the Ministry of
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