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At least 18 cases of the novel coronavirus associated with a person who visited clubs and bars in Seoul’s popular multicultural neighborhood of Itaewon over the weekend have been confirmed, health authorities said Friday. The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said additional people have been confirmed with COVID-19, including three foreign nationals...
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Baseball back in S. Korea as nation emerges from coronavirus pandemic_02
The scene was eerily quiet. If you were only trying to pick up some sound without seeing what was happening, you wouldn’t have guessed that you were at a baseball game. Maybe you could still have heard a pin drop, but as LG Twins left-hander Cha Woo-chan was getting ready to deliver his first pitch...
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Korea COVID-19
South Korea reported two more cases of the new coronavirus, all of which are imported cases, on Wednesday, marking no local new infections for the third consecutive day amid relaxed social distancing. The new infections brought the nation’s total caseload to 10,806, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC). On Tuesday,...
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Seoul COVID-19
South Korea reported three more cases of the new coronavirus Tuesday, again marking an apparent slowdown in the spread of the disease. The country now has reported fewer than 10 new infection cases per day for six consecutive days. The three new cases, identified Monday, also came from overseas. No additional cases have been confirmed...
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social-distancing
South Korea said Sunday that it will end its weekslong social distancing campaign and implement an everyday life quarantine scheme later this week as the new coronavirus outbreak has slowed. Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said during a meeting on the government’s response to COVID-19 that the everyday life quarantine scheme is set to start Wednesday,...
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Jeju Island and Gangwon Province, both popular domestic tourist destinations, will enhance quarantine measures for visitors during the long weekend, bracing for a possible second wave of COVID-19 infections, officials said Wednesday. The “golden holiday” includes Buddha’s Birthday on Thursday, International Workers’ Day on Friday and Children’s Day on May 5, giving people a chance...
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Seoul COVID-19
South Korea reported four more cases of the new coronavirus Thursday, but all of them were imported cases, marking the first time that local infections have fallen to zero since the coronavirus outbreak began more than two months ago. The four new cases brought the total to 10,765. It was the lowest daily increase in...
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A walking tour is gaining popularity among South Koreans, especially those in their 20s and 30s, as an alternative to expensive, cumbersome forms of travel, government data showed. The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Tourism Organization earlier this week announced the result of their survey about Koreans’ experience of tours on...
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Korea COVID-19
South Korea has donated 700 units of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test kits to the Philippines to boost testing for the disease. South Korean Ambassador to the Philippines Han Dong-man handed over the test kits to Philippine government officials, represented by Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro “Teddyboy” Locsin Jr., Department of Health Secretary Francisco Duque...
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COVID-19
Of the six cases detected, two were detected at quarantine checkpoints Recovery rate 79.4%, Active cases under 2,000 (1,967 people)  South Korea reported another single-digit number of new coronavirus cases Friday, apparently on the back of a strict social distancing campaign and enhanced quarantine measures. The country added six new COVID-19 cases, bringing the nation’s...
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