Coronavirus Cases Increased in South Korea after Re-opening

Coronavirus Cases Increased in South Korea after Re-opening

The updated news on the coronavirus explains a finite hint for so many people worldwide. For some, especially older adults and people with current health problems. This virus can cause more harsh illness or even death. Just one sick individual force to a quick boost of new infections in South Korea.

A 29-year-old South Korean man stays at five nightclubs in Seoul and he partied with around 7,200 people, and the worst thing is on the same day South Korea laid-back social distancing. Later on, that guy tested positive for the virus Covid-19. The man becomes the country’s first local infection in just four days.

Bars and Nightclubs Shut Down Again in South Korea

According to South Korean health officials, around 80 new cases were found linked to that man. Later on, officials confirmed 35 new infections which are the highest total of the month. The thing needs to be noticed, 29 cases are confirmed from those nightclubs. After confirmation of the cases, Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon on Saturday declared the closure of all clubs and bars.

More than 7,200 people predicted to have a tour of the five nightclubs. Even after the confirmed cases in the country, South Korea’s government started a combative testing and isolation work.

On may 11, South Korea has had more than 11,000 confirmed cases, including 250 deaths. The good news is the COVID-19 situation in South Korea looked so balanced, that the country had a national election last month. There were no major public health chain reaction reporters. It is also said that two weeks ago South Korean has no new cases of COVID-19.

The country has given the guidelines to the public in which they included protecting sick people at home, maintain 6 feet of distance between individuals, wash hands for at least 30 seconds, and also keeping homes well cleaned.