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Reporter : Kim Se-jeong
Mon, February 6, 2023 | 22:49
Seoul City supports late-night animal rescue
What would you do if you saw a dog hit by a car in the middle of the road in Seoul?
Singer Psy remains quiet on connection to Shincheonji
Singer Psy said Tuesday he had nothing to say about the allegation that his father-in-law had connections with the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, a religious sect blamed for the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak in Korea.
Calls grow for coronavirus tests on all arrivals from US
Calls are growing among medical experts for the government to quarantine and conduct coronavirus testing on people arriving from the United States, as the number of confirmed cases there has soared in recent weeks.
Police consider revealing child porn suspect's identity
Police in Seoul are considering revealing the identity of a man who convinced minors to record pornographic videos of themselves which he then distributed using Telegram messenger.
All arrivals from Europe to get coronavirus test from Sunday
All arrivals from Europe will have to undergo a COVID-19 infection test at the country's airports and ports, starting Sunday, in enhanced screening to contain the ...
New virus cases climb as new infection clusters emerge
Korea continued to see a daily increase in new COVID-19 cases Thursday as cluster infections appeared in Daegu, the epicenter of the outbreak here, and other regions, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC). There were 152 new cases reported Wednesday, a number back up to three-digit figures after infections had been tallied in double-digits f...
Consumers inundated with misinformation about coronavirus
The coronavirus pandemic is more health-conscious people fall for inaccurate information on social media and the internet.
WHO to join Korea's clinical research on COVID-19
The World Health Organization (WHO) will participate in clinical research being conducted in Korea on COVID-19, which is spreading rapidly around the world, the government said Wednesday.
All people arriving in Korea subject to screening from Thursday
Korea is expanding its special screening at airports and ports to all overseas travelers starting from Thursday, in an effort to contain COVID-19 which is spreading in Korea and around the world, the government said Tuesday.
Small churches become coronavirus hotbed
A Christian church is becoming another hotbed of COVID-19 infections in the Seoul metropolitan area, as 46 members, including the pastor and his wife, have been confirmed infected, Monday.
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