South Korea’s capital has begun enforcing stricter distancing rules as the country added nearly 600 new coronavirus cases for the second straight day
SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s capital on Saturday began enforcing stricter distancing rules as the country added nearly 600 new coronavirus cases for the second straight day.
The restrictions require large stores, gyms, movie theaters, barbershops and amusement parks to shut down after 9 p.m., and restaurants to provide only deliveries and takeouts after that time.
The 583 cases reported by the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency brought the national caseload to 36,915, including 540 deaths.
The country had reported 629 new cases on Friday, its highest daily jump in nine months.
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