Unexpected Covid-19 spike forces South Korean schools to close again

Unexpected Covid-19 spike forces South Korean schools to close again

251 schools in South Korea were forced to close just days after reopening due to an unexpected spike in Covid-19 cases. The country reported 177 new infections in the past three days, threatening to undo the leading progress of the nation in beating the virus. The new wave is linked to a major e-commerce distribution center in Bucheon that reportedly did not follow infection prevention.

Sami F
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Dave
Dave 1 months

So we are looking at around a 3 week interval between easing of lockdowns and the second spike?

Inappropriate Name
Inappropriate Name 1 months

I'm not sure how this isn't expected

tsylana
tsylana 1 months

Very interesting, and concerning.

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