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As Coronavirus Infections Slow, South Korea Plans for Life After Social Distancing

With daily new coronavirus infections a fraction of what they were just a few weeks ago, South Korea is planning a path to normalcy

3/30/2020 7:30:00 AM

With daily new coronavirus infections a fraction of what they were just a few weeks ago, South Korea is planning a path to normalcy

South Korea is preparing to ease restrictions and kick-start a lengthy return to normalcy, as the rate of new coronavirus infections slows.

SEOUL—South Korea, enjoying a slowdown in new coronavirus infections, is contemplating life after social distancing.Calling them “social-prevention measures,” Seoul officials are preparing new guidelines to kick-start the lengthy return to normalcy as early as next month. Students might be allowed to return to school with zigzag seating arrangements in classrooms and temperature checks, restaurants might have to install screens to separate diners before reopening, and workers could be allowed to shuffle to offices.

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😬 Now you don't say South Korea is hiding the numbers? That’s good. Hi. I see you wrote 'South Korea' but did you know that Koreans don't really like it when you specify 'South' when it's not totally necessary to what you're saying? It's a painful and unwelcome reminder of our divided country. Please consider this in the future. 감사합니다!

Leading exert in S Korea explains how rands South Korea had a much, much stronger immediate reaction to this compared to the USA, and it is incredibly irresponsible to begin floating a 'return to normalcy' narrative in the USA at this point. ChineseVirus

South Korea says North Korea has fired projectiles into seaSouth Korea says North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile into the sea. In recent weeks, Pyongyang has fired missiles and artillery shells in an apparent effort to upgrade its military capability amid deadlocked nuclear talks with the U.S. What’s his animosity with the sea? Is he trying to kill it like Trump trying to nuke hurricanes? Will North Korea ever win their war against the ocean? 🤔 ¯\\_(ツ)_/¯ Just effing nuke the arsehole

North Korea fires more missiles than ever amid coronavirus outbreakNorth Korea fired what appeared to be two short-range ballistic missiles into the ocean off its east coast on Sunday, the latest in an unprecedented flurry of launches that South Korea decried as 'inappropriate' amid the global coronavirus pandemic. It might not be the right moment to fuck with the world rn. Maybe he just really hates fish? They really hate the ocean

South Korea reports 105 new coronavirus cases, total now at 9,583 - KCDCSouth Korea had confirmed 105 new coronavirus cases as of midnight Saturday, bringing the country's total now to 9,583, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Sunday. USA had 23,000+ new cases today, Sat 3/29. Fear is death no more no less How about North Korea 🇰🇵?

South Korea coronavirus cases rise steadily, more financial aid expectedSouth Korea reported 78 new coronavirus cases on Monday, keeping the rate of infections fairly steady, as President Moon Jae-in held an emergency meeting with economic policymakers to discuss financial support for the public. keep your family immune system strong!! 2 weeks before elections 🤔

South Korea reports 146 new coronavirus cases, highest in a weekSouth Korea reported 146 new coronavirus cases on Friday, the highest number in a week, its disease control agency said on Saturday, with the country suffering a rise in imported cases from Europe and the United States during recent days. Second wave? What about n Korea? “The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said 41 of the 146 were imported cases, including 25 from Europe and 11 from the United States.”

Rumors hampering fight against coronavirus in South AsiaAs India and other South Asian nations brace for the spread of the coronavirus, they face another battle: misinformation. Social media are rife with bogus remedies, tales of magic cures and hazardous medical advice. It's the same here in the US. 1. don't listen to anything donald trump says. 2. don't drink fish tank cleaner. Let’s start with cow piss remedy in India !!