Shincheonji News - Media
4,000 Recovered COVID-19 Church Members in South Korea Donate $83 Billion Worth of Plasma for Cure
More than 4,000 members of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus offered to donate plasma for research purposes after recovering from COVID-19. If each person donates 500 mL of blood, the amount will be worth about $83 Billion.
Shincheonji members who have fully recovered from COVID-19 decided to donate their plasma
Shincheonji members who have fully recovered from COVID-19 decided to donate their plasma. More than 500 members have decided to donate their plasma, which will be used to develop a cure for COVID-19.
The Spread Of COVID-19 In A Church In South Korea Proves Useful In Studying The Virus
A reputable virologist suggests that the spread in Shincheonji Church of Jesus may have helped to jumpstart the country’s response to coronavirus and provide a data set to study the spread of the disease on a larger scale.
Church Leader Thanks Members for Plasma Donation As COVID-19 Cure Search Continues
Members of a church based in South Korea are donating plasma in mass, hoping to put an end to the coronavirus. In response, the church leader thanked his congregation members in a heartfelt letter.
Members Face Abuse As Attacks Against a Church Accused of Spreading the Coronavirus Drag On
Two members of a church accused of spreading COVID-19 have died after reportedly facing abuse from family.
A 60-year-old member of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus died March 26 after allegedly falling from her villa in Ulsan, South Korea.
Infringement on Religious Freedom - Shincheonji and Coronavirus
After a number of members were diagnosed with covid 19, there have been growing number of instances of discrimination against Shincheonji Church of Jesus, a growing South Korean Christian movement.
Religious Liberty Groups Defend Church Blamed for Spreading the Coronavirus
A Church based in South Korea has been accused of spreading the coronavirus. Groups are condemning the allegations, calling them an attack on religious freedom.
Coronavirus Spreads Worldwide, But One Church Is Still Said To Be At Fault
Worldwide, confirmed cases of the coronavirus add up to nearly 300,000, as of March 21, according to John Hopkins University. The virus, which first appeared in China, has spread rapidly.