South Korea saw 58 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday.
The number of confirmed cases has now been below 100 for five straight days.
Of those 58 cases, 41 were locally transmitted, while 17 were from overseas.
The cases are concentrated in the capital area, with 11 from Seoul, and 22 from Gyeonggi-do Province.
There has not yet been a spike in numbers since social distancing measures were lowered to level 1 last week, but chain infections sprouting from rehabilitation hospitals and nursing homes still remain a concern.
The affected facilities have isolated those infected, but have still been seeing several more cases.
On Monday, SRC rehabilitation hospital in Gyeonggi-do Province reported 10 additional COVID-19 patients, bringing the total to 61.
There were also 14 more cases on Sunday at a nursing home in Busan, taking the total to 73.
And a psychiatric hospital in Dobong-gu district of Seoul had two more cases on Monday, taking it to 67 cases overall.
With outdoor activity expected to increase as people head to scenic areas to see the autumn leaves, health authorities are asking people not to be complacent.
Kim Yeon-seung, Arirang News