S. Korea imposes stricter social distancing from Sunday; 299 new cases reported
From today, South Korea has strengthened social distancing rules in the capital region for a period of eight days until September 6th.
Coffee shop chains are not allowed to let people eat or drink inside only take-out and delivery are allowed.
Restaurants, bakeries and bars in the region are not allowed to admit customers between 9 PM and 5 AM.
On Sunday, South Korea confirmed 299 new cases of COVID-19.
That number has been falling for three days in a row since last Thursday when it was over 4-hundred.
Of the new cases, 283 are local transmissions, mostly from the greater capital region comprising Seoul, Gyeonggi-do Province and Incheon.
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