South Korea Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
75521 (-)

Total Deaths:
1360 (-)

Total Recovered:
62956 (-)

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Trending Coronavirus News in South Korea

Monday’s figures represent the first tally below 700 since Dec. 28 and below 1,000 since Jan. 12, according to public broadcaster NHK and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Stars and Stripes1/25/2021
In the first case involving a pet, a kitten has tested positive for the Covid-19 in South Korea. The infected kitten tested positive on Thursday and was found at a religious facility in the southeastern city of Jinju in South Gyeongsang Province,
The Hans India1/24/2021
Air traffic volume in South Korea halved in 2020 from a year earlier due to the COVID-19 pandemic.According to data from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
KBS 원주1/24/2021
South Korea is preparing 250 vaccination centers across the country as it looks to kick off a nationwide COVID-19 vaccination program next month.
Data from Seoul's Unification Ministry shows that the number of defectors arriving from North Korea declined drastically in 2020.
South Korea is in talks to purchase 40 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine developed by Novavax, its local manufacturer SK bioscience said on Wednesday.
Basketball governing body Fiba docks China, Taiwan and South Korea associations two points from Asia Cup qualifying standings after failure to travel to November matches.
South China Morning Post1/20/2021
North Korea's trade with China plunged more than 80% last year, Chinese customs data has shown, as the isolated country's strict coronavirus lockdown encumbers an economy already burdened by international sanctions.
Drug didn't show a benefit against COVID-19 in trials, but that hasn’t stopped online stores selling it illegally to the public.
Medical experts say the South Korea governent is not taking the steps necessary to achieve its goal of reaching herd immunity to the coronavirus through mass vaccinations by November.

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