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The number of South Korean military deaths has been given as in excess of ,; the South Korean Ministry of Defense puts the number of killed and missing at , Estimates of communist troops killed are about one-half million.
The total number of Korean civilians who died in the fighting, which left almost every major city in North and South Korea in ruins, has been estimated at between 2 and 3 million.
This adds up to almost 1 million military deaths and a possible 2. The proportion of civilians killed in the major wars of this century and not only in the major ones has thus risen steadily.
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All these places were disinfected. He first experienced flu symptoms on 21 January and suffered further complications four days later, eventually turning himself in.
Both cases were tallied into formal records on 27 January. On 1 February, an update on the first four patients was received.
It indicated that the first three were showing weaker symptoms and recovering well while the fourth was being treated for pneumonia. Rumours circulated that the fourth patient had died, while the health authorities denied the rumours.
Two more confirmed cases were reported on 30 January. The fifth patient was a year-old South Korean man who returned from his work at Wuhan on 24 January.
The sixth patient was the first case in South Korea who had never visited Wuhan. The year-old man caught the virus when visiting a restaurant with the third patient.
On 31 January, a seventh patient was reported as a year-old South Korean man returning from Wuhan on 23 January. He developed symptoms on 26 January and was admitted to hospital on 28 January.
The eighth patient, a year-old South Korean woman, returned from Wuhan. The ninth patient caught the virus from the fifth patient through direct contact.
The tenth and the eleventh patients were the wife and child of the sixth patient, who became infected while visiting him.
On 1 February, a year-old Chinese national working in Japan as a tour guide was confirmed as the twelfth patient.
He caught the virus while visiting a Japanese patient in Japan and entered South Korea through Gimpo International Airport on 19 January.
A woman who had returned from a five-day vacation in Thailand tested positive and was confirmed as the sixteenth case on 4 February.
The seventeenth and nineteenth patients had attended a conference in Singapore and been in contact with an infected individual there. On 18 February, South Korea confirmed its 31st case in Daegu , a member of the Shincheonji religious organisation.
The patient continued to go to gatherings of Shincheonji days after showing symptoms, which are typically held with people in very close proximity and include physical contact of the members.
Many of the patient's close contacts would turn out to be infected, triggering a drastic escalation of the South Korean spread of confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
On 19 February, the number of confirmed cases increased by On 20 February 70  new cases were confirmed, giving a total of confirmed cases, according to the KCDC.
According to Reuters , KCDC attributed the sudden jump of 70 cases linked to "Patient No. On 20 February, the streets of Daegu were empty in reaction to the Shincheonji outbreak.
A resident described the reaction, stating "It's like someone dropped a bomb in the middle of the city. It looks like a zombie apocalypse.
According to the mayor of Daegu, the number of suspected cases as of 21 February was among 4, examined followers of the church.
Upon investigation, it was determined that the infection had spread to that hospital through a funeral ceremony attended by members of the church.
All South Korean military bases were on lockdown after tests confirmed three soldiers to be positive for the virus.
As of 22 February, among 9, followers of the church, 1, reported symptoms. Over 27, people have been tested for the virus with 19, negative results.
On 24 February, 15 countries imposed travel restrictions to and from South Korea. Their headquarters in Gwacheon was raided by law enforcement and government officials said all , members of the religious group would be found and tested.
On 28 February, over 2, confirmed cases were reported. On 2 March, there were over 4, confirmed cases. The process is completed in a few minutes and results come in several days.
On 8 March, KCDC in South Korea announced that KCDC also announced that outbreak associated with Shincheonji Church totaled 4, infections, accounting for The controversy about Shincheonji also continued and generated international interest.
After the lawsuit started by the Mayor of Seoul, the police raided the church premises to check whether the list of members supplied by Shincheonji pursuant to a request by the authorities was, as the Mayor argued, not complete.
The authorities checked the list seized during the raid with the one Shincheonji had supplied and concluded that discrepancies were minor.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom USCIRF expressed concern that religious freedom rights of Shincheonji members may be violated in South Korea by "exaggerating the church's role in the outbreak," and stated that, "USCIRF has received reports of individuals encountering discrimination at work and spousal abuse because of their affiliation with the church.
On 17 March, around 79 church devotees were infected with the virus after attending the River of Grace Community Church. The infections were claimed to have been caused by spraying salt-water into followers' mouths, under the belief that this would protect them from the virus.
Other church clusters have appears in the cities of Suwon, Busan, Geochang, and Bucheon. As infection rates have risen outside Korea leading to increases of sick arriving in the country of 9, cases were imported as of 30 March , the KCDC will be implementing stronger infectious disease control measures for travelers coming from overseas as of 1 April.
Additionally, new self-quarantine measures for travelers coming from Europe or the United States will be in effect from the same day.
For example, those showing symptoms but test negative, and those who are without symptoms and are staying short-term in Korea, need to quarantine for two weeks in a government provided facility.
A total of 45 people are being investigated by the police for allegedly violating COVID self-isolation. Under the revised anti-infectious disease law, violators can face up to a year in prison, a 10 million won fine, or in the case of foreign passport holders—deportation.
Seeing the infodemic on COVID information starting in China and spreading to Korea and the US, fake news researcher Cha Meeyoung of KAIST and the Institute for Basic Science , along with researchers from Ewha Womans University , started the multilingual Facts Before Rumors campaign to separate common claims seen online.
A Canadian cast member with the touring The Phantom of the Opera stage play entered Korea on 12 March, participated for roughly two weeks, and tested positive 2 April.
An American colleague tested positive on 4 April, which shut down production of the musical until 14 April while the venue could be disinfected and contacts of the staff, those staying in the same hotel, and over 8, people who recently attended were contacted by health authorities who told them to stay indoors and contact a testing centre if they develop symptoms.
On 13 April, it was reported that at least individuals who were infected and later cleared of the virus had again tested positive.
The cause for this is under investigation but early speculation considered faulty tests, reactivation of the virus instead of re-infection, or remnants of the virus might remain yet not be harmful to the host or other individuals.
The nation also stated their plans to send , testing kits to the United States and asked people to continue social distancing while hinting that a loosening of these regulations might come in the near future.
The exact cause was not known but they stated several possibilities. Patient 31 continuously stayed in the hospital 58 days, as of 14 April.
While she is the longest hospitalized COVID patient in Korea, 4. Additionally, another one thousand people have been quarantined for four weeks or more.
After several days with new infections numbering in the single digits 18, 20, 22 April , the government announced it was going to start lifting restrictions starting with stores, restaurants, gyms, cram schools , bars, and religious services; which is notable as most of the nation's infections came from places of worship.
In coming weeks, arboretums, forests and national parks will begin to open with social distancing still in place until at least early May.
After seeing Korea successfully lower cases of infection, President Moon Jae-in has engaged in "coronavirus diplomacy" with leaders of other nations, part of which involved exporting test kits to more than 20 countries.
After a sustained period of new cases in the country numbering less than 20 a day, a new cluster emerged in central Seoul.
A year-old patient from Yongin was found to have visited at least five nightclubs in Itaewon during the late night hours of 1 May and the early morning hours of 2 May.
After having gone to other places in Seoul and neighboring Gyeonggi and Gangwon provinces, he tested positive for COVID and was admitted to a hospital in Suwon.
His more than 1, contacts, several among them being difficult to identify and trace, were urged to self-isolate and have themselves tested for the virus.
Persistent local groups of infections in the greater Seoul area continued to be found in South Korea, which led to KCDC director Jeong Eun-kyeong saying in June that the country had entered the second wave of infections.
The Sarang Jeil Church, led by Reverend Jeon Kwang-hoon , has become a new centre of infections. The pastor has been accused of obstructing contact tracing and violating rules regarding self-isolation.
Thousands of people attended protests in central Seoul on 15 August, raising new fears for infections. Furthermore, authorities banned indoor gatherings of more than 50 people, and outdoor ones of more than After new case numbers dropped, with closer to cases per day, authorities eased some restrictions in the greater Seoul area on 13 September, introducing new rules for a two-week period.
The new rules allowed franchise cafes and bakeries to have customers drink and eat inside, dining at restaurants after 9 p. The requirement for these facilities to impose distancing rules such as having visitors sit at least one seat apart from each other or wear masks continued to be in place.
On 12 October, after new cases numbers dropped below per day, authorities relaxed some more social distancing measures. Due to the infection rates climbing back to over nearly a day, the government has increased the social distancing level to 1.
Due to this, high-risk areas like bars, clubs, and religious facilities are only allowed to accommodate up to 30 percent of their maximum capacity.
Schools are also limiting their population to two thirds, as a result. The government is urging students in study cafes, cram schools, and internet cafes to increase control measures, a result of the increase of the level.
Since December, the rates have increased, as Korea faces the third wave of COVID infections. The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said there were 1, new coronavirus cases on 25 December, not too far off the highest record of 1, logged on Christmas Eve.
South Korea has been struggling with a sudden spike in infections linked to hospitals, nursing homes, churches, prisons, and family gatherings during the holidays.
The South Korean government is providing citizens with information in Korean, English, Chinese, and Japanese on how to not become infected and how to prevent spreading the disease.
This includes information on cough etiquette, when and how to wear a face mask, and the importance of physical distancing and staying at home.
The South Korean government has also been sending daily emergency notifications detailing information on locations with reported infections, and other status updates related to the pandemic.
In its efforts to fight and contain the virus, South Korea has combined testing with contact tracing. Infected South Koreans are required to go into isolation in government shelters.
Their phones and credit card data are used to trace their prior movements and find their contacts.
People who are determined to have been near the infected individual receive phone alerts with information about their prior movements.
According to Chun Byung-Chul epidemiologist at Korea University high-risk patients who have underlying illnesses are prioritized for hospitalization.
Patients with moderate symptoms are sent to "repurposed corporate training facilities and spaces provided by public institutions," where they receive observation and medical support.
Patients who recover and test negative twice are released. Close contacts and infected individuals with minimal symptoms who can measure their own temperatures and whose family members are free of any chronic disease are required to self-quarantine for two weeks.
Local monitoring teams call the quarantined twice a day to make sure that they stay where they are and to ask about symptoms.
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