S. Korea to tighten coronavirus prevention measures as cases spike

The South Korean government on Sunday announced that it would strengthen coronavirus prevention measures in the capital Seoul as it tries to contain a fast-growing third wave of the pandemic in the country.Eating and drinking in restaurants after 9 p.m. is prohibited in the densely populated metropolitan area, while cafes will be limited to takeout and delivery orders only. Attendance at religious gatherings and sporting events will be capped.Entertainment facilities, such as clubs, must stop business entirely. After two weeks, depending on the infection rate, a determination will be made on w…

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