South Korea returns strict quarantine due to COVID growth

By | May 29, 2020
South Korea returns strict quarantine due to COVID growth

Due to the fact that in Seoul there has been an increase in infection in recent days, previously opened institutions have begun to close.
In South Korea, state museums, galleries, and theaters began to close, which they opened the day before in connection with the relaxation of quarantine. About this writes Interfax.
Institutions in the metropolitan area began to close immediately after fixing and growing new cases of coronavirus in Seoul.
The South Korean government has also tightened educational measures. Primary and secondary schools, including in the capital and its suburbs, obliged to limit the number of students, which should not exceed one-third of the total number of students.
The country’s Ministry of Education also recalled the mandatory observance of social distance in institutions.
For the second day in a row, more than 50 new cases of the disease have been recorded in South Korea, with most of them in the capital region.
As reported, in South Korea on May 28 reported the largest number of new cases of coronavirus in almost two months.

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