South Korea reported 1-hundred-46 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, staying in triple digits for the fourth day in a row.
Of those, 1-hundred-13 were local transmissions, while 33 were from overseas bringing the total caseload to 27-thousand 7-hundred-99.
Two more deaths have been reported, bringing the death toll to 4-hundred-87.
With sporadic cluster infections continuing to occur across the nation, several local governments are raising their own virus curbs.
The cities of Asan and Cheonan in Chungcheongnam-do Province adopted tougher measures last week.
Wonju in Gangwon-do Province and Suncheon in Jeollanam-do Province have this week raised their own social distancing schemes.