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Schools in South Korean capital to go back online as virus cases surge

Schools in South Korea’s capital Seoul as well as its surrounding locations will certainly shut as well as go once more to online courses in the middle of an intensifying coronavirus break out, the Education Ministry stated Tuesday.

The schools will certainly be shut from Wednesday to Sept. 11, in line with the federal government’s choice to tighten up quarantine policies as the urban area has actually seen a surge in brand-new cases.

Cho Hee-yeon, Seoul Metropolitan workplace of education and learning superintendent checks the temperature level of trainee while back to college at Kyungbock senior high school on May 20, 2020 in Seoul, South Korea. (Getty/Kyodo)

The choice impacts schools in Seoul, as well as the close-by Gyeonggi as well as Incheon locations. High college elders will certainly be spared, nevertheless.

After the nation brought an earlier break out controlled with hostile screening as well as various other steps, South Korean students as well as trainees started returning to in-individual courses on a moving basis in May.

South Korea reported 280 brand-new infections on Tuesday, proceeding a triple-digit surge in brand-new day-to-day cases because recently. Of those, 264 were locally sent. Seoul represented 134 cases as well as Gyeonggi 63, according to wellness authorities.

Mass infections connected to worshippers at a church in north Seoul, which have actually been criticized for the current surge in the capital, have actually gotten to 915 cases as of Tuesday midday, up 40 from the previous day.

The nation has actually up until now verified close to 18,000 virus cases.



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