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  • Voting Seoul’s Top 10 COVID-19 News by Citizens

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    Seoul’s Top 10 COVID-19 News Voted by Seoul Citizens Thank You! Vote for your favorite COVID-19 news of Seoul that helped overcome COVID-19.

    An online poll will be held for 26 days from Mon, Nov. 9 to Fri, Dec. 4, 2020 for citizens to vote for Seoul’s top 10 news related to COVID-19 that helped them overcome the COVID-19 crisis this year.

    Citizens can select among 30 articles of Seoul’s news related to COVID-19, including news related to the economy and people’s livelihood that “helped Seoul overcome COVID-19,” to safety, health and disinfection that “protected Seoul from COVID-19,” and to culture, smart tech and welfare that “helped Seoul cope with COVID-19.”

    The Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) conducts its annual top 10 news poll to listen to the voices of the citizens on the major policies of Seoul and reflect the results in carrying out measures while closing the administrative year with its citizens.

    This year, in particular, the SMG is gathering citizens’ votes for “Seoul’s Top 10 COVID-19 News” to look back on encouraging news for those who are exhausted with the prolonged COVID-19 situation and envision the vision of the city in the post-COVID-19 era, as part of Seoul’s “Thank You!” campaign.

    Any citizen who is interested in the city’s administration can participate in the online poll for Seoul’s top 10 COVID-19 news through the SMG website and web search engines.

    Voters can choose up to three among 30 major policies without having to register on the online vote page from Mon, Nov. 9 to Fri, Dec. 4, 2020.

    You can find access to the online vote page by searching “Seoul’s Top 10 News (서울 10대뉴스)” on the SMG website (http://www.seoul.go.kr) or “Seoul” on web search engines (e.g. Daum, NAVER).

    Based on the result of the online vote, the SMG will announce Seoul’s Top 10 COVID-19 News on Wed, Dec. 9, 2020.