The Seoul Nambu Blood Bank is running out of supplies on Sunday as blood donations drastically plummeted recently during a wave of Covid-19 infections.
A shopping mall complex in Seoul is almost completely empty on Sunday as a result of the resurgence of Covid-19 infections over recent days.
Seats are stacked up on the tables at a cafe in Seo District in Gwangju on Thursday to prevent people from sitting inside after the city government decided to raise the social distancing level in the region to Level 2 until Dec. 6
KBO's 2020 Rookie of the Year So Hyeong-jun had the best start to his pro career, but he missed one thing: Being able to play in front of a sellout crowd as tickets remained limited due to the coronavirus pandemic this year.
The shelves of a blood depot reservoir are nearly empty in a blood bank in Daejeon on Thursday. The blood bank has only 4.8 days of blood remaining in stock as blood donations have drastically decreased because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the government deciding on Saturday to expand strict social distancing guidelines nationwide amid a continuing spike in coronavirus cases, all sports events will now have to be contested without spectators.
In response to a nationwide spike in coronavirus cases, three more baseball clubs - Hanwha Eagles, NC Dinos and Samsung Lions - announced Tuesday they'll join six others playing home games without fans.