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South Korea Eases Coronavirus Restrictions, Touts 'Exceptional' Success

Churches resume in-person services and stadiums welcome sports fans, as the country once again manages to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
People wearing face masks walk on a street in the Hongdae district of Seoul on Sunday. Source: Ed Jones

In South Korea, churches resumed in-person services and stadiums welcomed sports fans over the weekend, as the country once again manages to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

The government eased social-distancing restrictions after the country apparently dodged a surge in cases that was in early October.

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