In South Korea day has recorded 48 cases COVID-19

South Korea has registered 48 new cases COVID-19 per day, the total number of infected people has increased to 12 421, recovered 10 868, 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 cause periodic surges in the number of daily infected. For three weeks the daily number of new infected were kept in the corridor of 30-60 people, but on June 20 reached 67.

According to KCDC 00.00 Sunday (18.00 GMT Saturday), 40 of the number of new cases have a local origin, eight are imported from abroad. Geographically, 17 cases were recorded in Seoul, another 10 in Gyeonggi province and Daejeon, and the rest across the country. Four cases were detected at the quarantine inspection.

For the past day hospital discharged 12 people, the total number of recovered rises to 10 868 that is 87,5%. The number of victims has reached 280 people. Only South Korea checked for coronavirus already of 1.17 million people.

More than 5.2 thousand people among all the infected are connected with the sect of "Sinchonri". At least 1435 cases were brought from abroad, of which about 83% of Korean citizens. At the quarantine inspection even if entry into the country has identified in total 630 infected.

The number of cases COVID-19 related to spread in early may of coronavirus in night clubs and bars popular area of Seoul in Itaewon, is 277. In Seoul already 193 people caught the coronavirus at the firm of raw materials for dietary supplements, and 70 people in the gym. At least 147 people were infected through the virus from spreading to the warehouse of the company Coupang in the city of Bucheon in Gyeonggi province, where the poor abide by preventive measures. Another 119 people were infected during a small religious meeting in the capital region.

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