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In South Korea, identified 43 new cases COVID-19

South Korea has registered 43 new cases COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected people has increased to 12800, recovered 11537, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local clusters COVID-19 and growth in the number of imported cases cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. On 20 June, it reached 67, and 22 June – 17 people. The average daily number of new infected is kept in the corridor of 30-60 people.

In South Korea, has revealed 42 new cases COVID-19

South Korea recorded 42 new cases COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected people has increased to 12 757, recovered 11 429, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local clusters COVID-19 and growth in the number of imported cases cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. On 20 June, it reached 67, and 22 June – 17 people. The average daily number of new infected is kept in the corridor of 30-60 people.

In South Korea in days fixed 62 cases COVID-19

South Korea has registered 62 new cases of infection with coronavirus infection per day, the total number of infected COVID-19 increased to 12 715, recovered 11 364, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local clusters COVID-19 and growth in the number of imported cases cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. On 20 June, it reached 67, and 22 June – 17 people. The average daily number of new infected is kept in the corridor of 30-60 people.

South Korea has recorded 39 new cases COVID-19 per day

South Korea has registered 39 new cases COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected people has increased to 12 602, recovered 11 172, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local clusters COVID-19 and growth in the number of imported cases cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. On 20 June, it reached 67, and 22 June – 17 people. The average daily number of new infected is kept in the corridor of 30-60 people.

In South Korea, have recorded 46 new cases COVID-19

South Korea has registered 46 new cases COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected people has increased to 12 484, 908 10 recovered, died, 281 people, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local flash COVID-19 and growth in the number of imported cases cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. On 20 June, it reached 67, and 22 June – 17 people. On most days, the daily number of new infected is kept in the corridor of 30-60 people.

In South Korea for the first time in a month recorded at least 30 cases COVID-19

South Korea for the first time since may 25, has registered 17 new cases COVID-19 per day, cumulative number of cases increased to 438 12 recovered 10 881, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health of the country.

From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local clusters COVID-19 cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. Over three weeks the daily number of new infected were kept within the boundaries of 30-60 people, and on June 20 reached 67.

In South Korea, the number of people infected with coronavirus has reached 12 198

South Korea has registered 43 new cases COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected rose to 12198, recovered 10774, died 279, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

Earlier it was reported 278 fatalities. From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local clusters COVID-19 cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. 28 may daily increase in patients reached 79, and in the last three weeks kept in the corridor of 30-60 people.

In South Korea per day recorded 34 cases COVID-19

South Korea has registered 34 new cases COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected people has increased to 12, 155, recovered 10 760, 278 died, said the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

Earlier it was reported 277 victims. From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local clusters COVID-19 cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. 28 may daily increase in patients reached 79 people, and in the last two weeks kept in the corridor of 30-60 people.

In South Korea revealed 38 new cases COVID-19

South Korea has registered 38 new cases COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected people has increased to 11 852, recovered 10 589 has already killed 274 people, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

Earlier it was reported 273 victims. From the beginning of may in South Korea, all new local clusters COVID-19 cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. So, 28 may daily increase in patients reached 79 people, and in the last week is kept in the corridor of 30-60 people.

In South Korea revealed 35 new cases COVID-19

South Korea has identified 35 cases of coronavirus infection COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected people has increased to 11 503, recovered 10 422 already killed 271 people, said the organization of the Centers for control and disease prevention (KCDC) under the Ministry of health.

In the last days in South Korea recorded 30-80 cases COVID-19 per day. Although from the beginning of April the number of identified infected gradually decreased to 10-20 cases a day and 6 may was down to two people, a new local foci of infection again caused an increase in patients with coronavirus.

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