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South Korea may take more intense measures against COVID.
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The South Korean Prime Minister called on people to avoid gathering in the community and warned that The government may need to take more stringent measures if it is unable to rapidly control the new coronavirus outbreak or the new coronavirus outbreak.

South Korea's Prime Minister Chung Se-kyun has called joker gaming for year-end parties to be canceled, and companies should allow workers to work from home. As well as suggesting that the elderly aged 60 years and over stay at home Sei-Kyun Young said during a COVID-19 response meeting that if everyone does not stop the outbreak at this time, it would be possible. The authorities again needed to take drastic measures that would affect their daily life. While the Korean Office for Disease Control and Prevention or South Korea's KDCA reported today. The total number of infected cases was 363 new, marking the third day in a row with the number of more than 300 cases, with a cumulative total of 30,017 infectious agents and 501 deaths.

South Korean health ministry officials said. The death toll in the hospital soared to 84, adding to the stress of dealing with patients in the emergency department. And also stated that South Korean authorities may need to take stricter measures in Seoul and its surrounding areas. If the average daily number of HIV / A for the week was higher than 200, Seoul and surrounding areas saw 218 new HIV cases, the first time the number of more than 200 has been higher since. Last August.



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