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College classes have gone virtual with a second wave of COVID-19 from last month, and with the prolonged pandemic campus life is changing fast — including the campus festivals that mark the start of fall semester. On Tuesday, Ewha Womans University in Seoul kicked off a three-day online festival, where students can engage in online...
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A man in his 50s, who is suspected of assaulting two passengers who demanded to wear a mask on subway line 2 in Seoul, was questioned before his arrest on Friday. The Seoul Southern District Court conducted a hearing from Park Won-kyu, a senior judge in charge of warrants, from 10:30 a.m. on the same...
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The spread of the COVID-19 infection from churches is increasing. Since the first confirmed case was released at Sarang First Church in Seongbuk-gu, Seoul on the 12th of August, the number of confirmed cases has exceeded 300. Pastor Jun Kwang-hoon of Sarang First Church was also tested positive for COVID-19 today. As the quarantine authorities...
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South Korea reported more than 200 new coronavirus cases for the first time in five months Sunday due mainly to a spike in infections in the greater Seoul area. The country added 279 new cases of COVID-19, bringing its total caseload to 15,318, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC). It...
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The BBC of the U.K. on Aug. 10 (local time) covered Korea’s method of COVID-19 disinfection at beaches in summer as an exemplary model. The British network introduced Korean disinfection efforts at beaches such as an internet reservation system to disperse crowds and a pre-check protocol designed to encourage beachgoers to follow social distancing measures....
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This summer, the center of fashion and beauty is changing to masks. While wearing masks in everyday life is mandatory, products with functionality as well as convenience in hot weather are gaining popularity. According to the online mall G-market on the 9th, sales of masks and ear protection products surged 860% over the same period...
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On July 27, the Korean government, represented by Ambassador Han Dong-man, turned over medical supplies worth at least $750,000 to the Philippine government through Foreign Affairs Sec. Teodoro Locsin Jr. Donated were 600,000 high-quality KF94 masks worth $500,000 from the Korean government, seven walk-through COVID-19 testing booths worth $150,000 from the Korean government via the...
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Oxford University in the United Kingdom is currently developing the COVID-19 vaccine, and it turns out that antibodies have been created to protect the virus from all those vaccinated. Inject the COVID-19 gene into a virus that acts as a harmless carrier for the human body. When the virus comes into contact with fibrous tissue...
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Moderna Inc’s experimental vaccine for COVID-19 showed it was safe and provoked immune responses in all 45 healthy volunteers in an ongoing early-stage study, U.S. researchers reported on Tuesday. Volunteers who got two doses of the vaccine had high levels of virus-killing antibodies that exceeded the average levels seen in people who had recovered from...
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The New York Times has ranked Shin Ramyun Black Noodle Soup the best instant noodles in the world. Wirecutter, a product review website run by the U.S. daily, on June 17 published the article “The Best Instant Noodles, According to Chefs, Cookbook Authors, and Ramen Fanatics” and named Shin Ramyun the best of the bunch....
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