Museums and libraries reopened Wednesday for the first time in over two months as the central government declared an end to its social distancing guidelines. Korea reported only two new infections of the coronavirus Tuesday.
Korean health authorities Tuesday declared an end to the country’s six-week social distancing campaign as daily infections of the coronavirus continue to flatline. A new national drive outlining everyday health guidelines will kick off Wednesday.
Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun gave the green light for another dial down of the government’s social distancing campaign Sunday, saying Korea is ready to further ease various restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak.