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S. Korea reports 330 new cases as authorities consider stricter social distancing Updated: 2020-11-22 09:51:35 KST

The authorities in South Korea are looking seriously at raising the level of social distancing as the country on Sunday reported more than 300 new cases of COVID-19 for a fifth straight day.
If the nationwide number of cases is higher than three hundred, on average, for a week, then the country goes to social distancing level two.
That would mean restaurants after 9 PM go take-out only, bars and clubs have to close, and cafes cannot let customers eat or drink in the store.
On Sunday, there were 3-hundred-30 new cases, 193 of them in Seoul and the surrounding province of Gyeonggi-do.
There were two more deaths, raising the death toll to 5-hundred-5.
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