President Moon Jae-in has called for the utmost virus prevention efforts for the national college entrance exam.
During a meeting with his top aides, President Moon said that the government will be operating under an emergency response system to prepare for any possible situation and ensure the success of the test.
The world is paying attention to the national college entrance exam. Most developed countries have cancelled or postponed state exams due to uncertain situations. If we are able to hold the exam safely, even among test-takers in self-isolation or infected with the virus, South Korea's superiority in quarantine measures will be able to stand out.
President Moon offered encouragement to the test takers and their parents who've had to prepare in these trying times.
He also thanked the general public for their cooperation in following the virus prevention regulations.