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South Korea to Unwind social distancing rules Farther Beginning May 6

Last updated on May 3, 2020

South Korea will unwind social distancing rules beginning on May 6, permitting a phased reopening of companies, since the country has mostly managed to attract the coronavirus outbreak in check, Prime Minister Chung Sye-Kyun stated on Sunday.

The authorities”will allow companies to resume at centers in stages that had stayed closed until today, and allow events and parties to take place supposing they follow disinfection guidelines,” he told a televised meeting of officials.