South Korea to Shift Virus Policy to ‘Everyday Life Quarantine’

By Kyodo News 5 May 2020

SEOUL—The South Korean government said Monday it will ease social restrictions and shift to “everyday life quarantine” on Wednesday, calling on the public to cooperate in its new campaign against the coronavirus pandemic.

Primary and secondary school pupils and students will gradually return to school, and museums and sports facilities will be reopened in phases, after growing public weariness with prolonged social distancing.

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