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SOUTH KOREA REPORTS BIGGEST COVID-19 SPIKE SINCE MARCH

5 months ago | World | 0 comments

By Xai Reyes

South Korea reported 583 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, the highest since March, as it grapples with a third wave of infections that appears to be worsening despite tough new social distancing measures.

The government reimposed strict distancing rules on Seoul and surrounding regions this week, only a month after they had been eased following a second wave of infections.

Some experts say the government moved too early to relax those rules, as the daily tally exceeds 500 for the first time since March 6, with young people at the center of the surge.

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