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    https://www.cdc.go.kr/board/board.es...00000&bid=0030

    Fatality rate up to 1.7%
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    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9jjdSbr8Gk

      South Korea - 10,156 cases, 177 deaths

      ?The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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      • Source: https://www.cdc.go.kr/board/board.es...00000&bid=0030

        Updates on COVID-19 in Republic of Korea




        5 April 2020







        As of 0:00, 5 April 2020, the total number of confirmed cases is 10,237 (including 741 imported cases), of which 6,463 cases have been discharged from isolation. Newly confirmed cases are 81 in total.

        Period

        (since 3 Jan)
        Total Tested positive (PCR) Being tested Tested negative


        Confirmed Discharged Isolated Deceased
        As of 0:00

        4 April (Sat.)
        455,032
        10,156 6,325 3,654 177 20,144 424,732
        As of 0:00

        5 April (Sun.)
        461,233 10,237 6,463 3,591 183 19,571 431,425
        Difference (+)6,201 (+)81 (+)138 (-)63 (+)6 (-)573 (+)6,693


        Epidemiological links have been found for 82.6% of the total cases; 10.2% are either under investigation or sporadic cases. More details on the epidemiological links within each province or city are shown in Table 2.



        - From Asan Medical Center at Songpa-gu, Seoul, 1 additional guardian of the patient who is in the same ward as the 1stpatient at medical center has been confirmed with COVID-19. Epidemiological investigation is underway.



        - From Incheon Medical Center at Dong-gu, Incheon, 1 staff has been confirmed on 3rdApril. Contacts are in home quarantine. Investigation into chains of transmission and contacts is underway.



        - From Uijeongbu St. Mary’s Hospital in Gyeonggi Province, 5 additional cases were confirmed. In total, 40 cases (patients = 14; staff/workers = 13; family/visitors = 13) have been confirmed since 29 March.



        At the point of entry (quarantine investigation process), there have been cases of stating false content or not complying with the quarantine rules. KCDC says that they could be punished in this case, and urged to cooperate with quarantine rules and COVID-19 measure.



        - If you submit false documents at the point of entry, you may be imprisoned for up to 1 year or fined up to 10 million won for violating the Quarantine Act under Article 12 & Article 39(1). The reporting is important for you, family, and the community to get early-testing.



        - If an in-bound traveler does not comply with the quarantine regulations, 1year of imprisonment or a fine of up to 10 million won may be imposed for violating the Infectious Disease Control and Prevention Act under Article 49(1) & Article79(3). According to the Immigration Act under Article 11, & Article 46, it may be subject to deport, to prohibit of entry, etc, so it is necessary to strictly follow the quarantine rules.


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        • Case fatality rate approaching 1.8%
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          • https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/202...sultPosition=5



            SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s vice health minister has urged vigilance to maintain hard-won gains against the new coronavirus.

            Kim Gang-lip expressed concerns over loosened attitudes toward social distancing that he says puts the country at potential risk of an infection “explosion” similar to Europe and the United States.

            His warning on Monday came after the country reported 47 new cases of the coronavirus, the smallest daily jump since Feb. 20. Infections have continued to wane in the worst-hit city of Daegu, where 6,781 of the country’s 10,284 cases have been reported.
            ?The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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            • Source: https://www.cdc.go.kr/board/board.es...00000&bid=0030

              Updates on COVID-19 in Republic of Korea




              7 April 2020








              As of 0:00, 7 April 2020, a total of 10,331 cases (including 802 imported cases) have been confirmed, of which 6,694 cases have been discharged from isolation. Newly confirmed cases are 47 in tota



              [Table 1. Total confirmed and suspected cases]
              Period

              (since 3 Jan)
              Total Tested positive Being tested Tested negative
              Confirmed Discharged Isolated Deceased
              As of 0:00

              2 April (Thurs)
              466,804 10,284 6,598 3,500 186 19,295 437,225
              As of 0:00

              3 April (Fri)
              477,304 10,331 6,694 3,445 192 20,650 446,323
              Difference (+)10,500 (+)47 (+)96 (-)55 (+)6 (+)1,355 (+)9,0




              [Table 2. Imported cases in Korea (as of 0:00, 7 April 2020
              Total Region/Country Where confirmed Nationality
              China Asia ex-China Europe America Africa Airport Community Korean Other
              New 17 0 1 3 13 0 14 3 14 3
              Total 802 17 87 389 306 3 324 478 739 63
              (2.1%) (10.8%) (48.5%) (38.2%) (0.4%) (40.4%) (59.6%) (92.1%) (7.9%)

























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              • https://www.shine.cn/news/world/2004075837/
                South Korea reported 47 more cases of the COVID-19 compared to 24 hours ago as of midnight Tuesday local time, raising the total number of infections to 10,331.

                The newly confirmed cases stayed below 50 for the second consecutive day. Of the total, 17 were imported cases.

                Six more deaths were confirmed, lifting the death toll to 192. The total fatality rate came in at 1.86 percent.

                A total of 96 more patients were discharged from quarantine after making full recovery, pulling up the combined number to 6,694. The total recovery rate was 64.8 percent
                ?The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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                • Source: https://www.cdc.go.kr/board/board.es...00000&bid=0030

                  Updates on COVID-19 in Republic of Korea

                  8 April, 2020









                  As of 0:00, 8 April 2020, the total number of confirmed cases is 10,384 (including 832 imported cases), of which 6,776 cases have been discharged from isolation. Newly confirmed cases are 53 in total.

                  Period

                  (since 3 Jan)
                  Total Tested positive (PCR) Being tested Tested negative
                  Confirmed Discharged Isolated Deceased
                  As of 0:00

                  7 April (Tues)
                  477,304 10,331 6,694 3,445 192 20,650 446,323
                  As of 0:00

                  8 April (Wed)
                  486,003 10,384 6,776 3,408 200 17,858 457,761
                  Difference (+)8,699 (+)53 (+)82 (-)37 (+)8 (-)2,792 (+)11,438



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                  • 10,423 cases, 204 deaths

                    9 April

                    http://www.cdc.go.kr/npt/biz/npp/por...issueIcdSn=379



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                    • Source: https://www.cdc.go.kr/board/board.es...00000&bid=0030

                      Updates on COVID-19 in Republic of Korea




                      9 April 2020






                      As of 0:00, 9 April 2020, a total of 10,423 cases (including 861 imported cases) have been confirmed, of which 6,973 cases have been discharged from isolation. Newly confirmed cases are 39 in total.



                      [Table 1. Total confirmed and suspected cases]
                      Period

                      (since 3 Jan)
                      Total Tested positive Being tested Tested negative
                      Confirmed Discharged Isolated Deceased
                      As of 0:00

                      8 April (Wed)
                      486,003 10,384 6,776 3,408 200 17,858 457,761
                      As of 0:00

                      9 April (Thurs)
                      494,711 10,423 6,973 3,246 204 15,509 468,779
                      Difference (+)8,708 (+)39 (+)197 (-)162 (+)4 (-)2,349 (+)11,018



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                        Comment: South Korea with what was considered the most comprehensive testing regime now has a case fatality rate of 2.0% indicating that they too missed a large number of cases. - Ro
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                        • https://www.kuna.net.kw/ArticleDetai...95&language=en

                          10480 Confirmed Covid-19 cases and three further deaths to bring the total to 211 fatalities.
                          ?The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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                          • https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20200412001500320

                            S. Korea reports 32 more cases of new coronavirus, total now at 10,512

                            All Headlines 10:25 April 12, 2020
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                            SEOUL, April 12 (Yonhap) -- South Korea on Sunday reported 32 more cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the nation's total infections to 10,512.

                            South Korea has now recorded seven days in a row of the number of new cases being around 50 or fewer, a sharp drop from the Feb. 29 peak of 909 new cases, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC).

                            But health authorities remain on high alert over cluster infections at churches and hospitals, as well as new cases coming from overseas.
                            ?The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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                            • https://nation.com.pk/13-Apr-2020/co...74?version=amp

                              SEOUL, April 13 (Yonhap) -- South Korea on Monday reported 25 more cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the nation's total infections to 10,537.

                              It is the second time since late February that the country's new virus infections fell below 30 after it reported a daily rise of 27 new cases Friday.

                              Monday's new virus cases mark a sharp drop from the Feb. 29 peak of 909 new cases, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC).

                              But health authorities remain on high alert over cluster infections at churches and hospitals, as well as new cases coming from overseas.

                              The nation's death toll from the new coronavirus, which emerged in China late last year, rose by three to 217, according to the KCDC.

                              The number of patients released from quarantine after making full recoveries reached 7,447, up 79 from a day earlier.
                              ?The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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