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A man organizes parasols at Haeundae Beach, Busan, on Thursday afternoon after the government announced that seven public beaches in the city, which were to open until the end of the month, will be closed amid concerns over the spread of Covid-19. Visitors can still enter the beaches, but parasols, toilets and showers are unavailable. [YONHAP]

A man organizes parasols at Haeundae Beach, Busan, on Thursday afternoon after the government announced that seven public beaches in the city, which were to open until the end of the month, will be closed amid concerns over the spread of Covid-19. Visitors can still enter the beaches, but parasols, toilets and showers are unavailable. [YONHAP]

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