South Korea continues to see almost a hundred cases a day of COVID-19, largely in the Seoul area.
Officials confirmed 91 new cases on Sunday , bringing the total to date to 25,1-hundred-99.
There was one additional death, raising the death toll to 4-hundred-44.
Officials attribute the rise in daily cases to two cluster infections one at a hospital in Gyeonggi-do Province, and another at an office in southern Seoul.
The number, however, has stayed under a hundred for six straight days.
Social distancing measures were eased earlier this month, from level two to level one, so most schoolchildren will now be able to attend class in person.
Starting Monday, kindergartens, elementary and middles schools will be allowed to have kids attend at two thirds capacity up from one third before.