South Korea returns largely to normal as outbreak controlled

Seoul (AFP) – South Korea returned largely to normal Wednesday as workers went back to offices, and museums and libraries reopened under eased social distancing rules after new coronavirus cases dropped to a trickle.The South endured one of the worst early outbreaks of the disease outside China and while it never imposed a compulsory lockdown, strict social distancing had been widely observed since March.Employees were urged to work from home where possible while the new school term was postponed from its March start.Scores of events — from K-pop concerts to sports seasons — were delayed or …

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