More students returned to school Monday following the easing of social distancing guidelines, with new coronavirus cases staying in the double digits for a fourth consecutive day.
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A high school left-hander was selected first overall in the annual Korean baseball draft on Monday. The Lotte Giants of the KBO chose Kim Jin-wook, senior at Gangneung High School, with the first pick of the annual amateur draft.
Trainee doctors agreed to return to work Tuesday morning after fierce internal wrangling over whether to end their 18-day strike protesting controversial medical reform plans.
Doctors’ groups reached a joint agreement Thursday, taking a step toward dialogue with the ruling Democratic Party (DP) and the government to end their strike in protest of medical reform policies.
As the ruling Democratic Party (DP) signaled a willingness to head back to the drawing board with its medical reform plans, anticipation is growing that the government and doctors may finally reach a compromise to end the trainee doctors’ strike.
The government announced Monday it will postpone the state-run medical licensing exam by one week, as medical students plan to boycott the test amid nationwide strikes by trainee doctors.
Hundreds of doctors in training remained on strike despite the Health Ministry’s threat to take criminal action against them.
The Korean government on Wednesday ordered doctors on a nationwide strike to return to work, saying they must maintain their posts as the number of coronavirus cases trend upward.
People flock to the Seoul National University Children's Hospital in Jongno District, central Seoul, on Tuesday, a day before a three-day doctors’ strike is set to kick off Wednesday.