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COVID-19 infections slightly simmer down to below 500, but health officials continue to worry of fourth nationwide spike Updated: 2021-04-05 09:05:10 KST

The third wave of coronavirus infections has yet to dissipate, but there might be another one brewing, according health authorities.
South Korea on Monday reported 473 new coronavirus patients.
The virus tally slightly simmered down to below 500 for the first time in 6 days, but this could be the result of slightly reduced testing over the weekend.
449 of the cases were locally transmitted.
The greater Seoul area continues to see the majority of the local transmissions with cases at 276.
Seoul city saw 149 cases, Gyeonggi-do province.. 108 new cases, and Incheon reported 19 cases.
But infections also rose in regions outside the capital.
Those numbers made up nearly 40-percent of Monday's locally transmitted cases.
The second largest city in South Korea, Busan, saw 46 new cases, while the third-largest, Daegu, followed with 22 new cases.
Cluster infections stood out from workplaces, churches, and entertainment facilities.
A cluster that originated at a bar in Busan saw 33 more infection cases, with related cases now totaling up to 233.
And a traveling church group ended up causing a total of 71 linked infections in 8 different cities and provinces.
Concerns are growing over a fourth nationwide wave of infections. which health authorities say, might be looming right around the corner.
And when it comes, they say that it might result in more than 1000 infections a day.
Meanwhile, the nation has doled out close to 1 million COVID-19 vaccination jabs.
More than 9-hundred-60 thousand jabs were administered to first-timers, while 27-thousand shots were given to complete the two-step COVID-19 vaccination process.
Kim Yeon-seung, Arirang News
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