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South Korea suspends In-Person Instruction At 2,000 Schools due to increase in Coronavirus Cases
ByHarshal 24 Aug 2020 08:26 PM 109

Due to the increasing number of coronavirus cases in South Korea, More than 2000 schools have stopped in-person instruction.


The Ministry of Education released a statement and said that this announcement might affect 1,845 schools across the country, and it is the first time since the pandemic hit the country in May that more than 1,000 schools will be closed.

More than 280 students and 79 faculty members have been tested positive for the virus in schools across South Korea after the country tried to enter the re-opening of in-person learning.

According to reports from the Health officials, there are more than 17,665 cases of COVID-19 in South Korea, and more than 300 people have died since the day pandemic clobbered the country.

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