Seoul seeks murder charges against religious group founder over virus

South Korea is the nation with the biggest number of COVID-19 infections outside China, reporting at least 4,212 cases and 22 deaths. Seoul city officials have called for charges against Lee Man-hee, the leader of a church linked to the coronavirus outbreak in South Korea. CGTN reporter Toni Cheng says local authorities are investigating possible charges including homicide, injury related to people infected with virus, and obstruction of justice.