The main buildings at South Korea's National Assembly have been closed for two days due to a cluster of COVID-19 infections there.
So far, four people have been confirmed infected, including a lawmaker and three aides with the ruling Democratic Party.
This is the third time parliament has had to close.
The last two times were in February and August.
The buildings will be disinfected and virtually all parliamentary business is on hold.
Nationwide today, South Korea had 556 new cases in total, which is a decline from the day before.