|arirang||Today's Headline 07/09/FRI||2021-07-09||1083|
[Korea Now Today's Headline] 07/09/FRI
1.On Friday, South Korea reported 1,316 new COVID-19 cases, marking the highest number of daily new cases since the outbreak of the pandemic.
2. Health authorities have decided to impose the toughest level 4 distancing rules in the greater Seoul area, starting Monday, for two weeks.
3. In accordance with the stricter Level 4 distancing rules, the education ministry has called for all schools in the greater Seoul area to switch to full-time online-only instruction.
4. President 문재인 has called for a top office emergency inter-agency meeting, to be held on Monday, to review the COVID-19 situation in the Seoul metropolitan area.
5. South Korea has joined the IAEA team of experts from 11 countries, formed to monitor Japan's planned release of contaminated water from the Fukushima power plant, which the government has called “the minimum necessary safety mechanism” to protect citizens.
6. During a reception for the visiting members of the U.S. Congressional Study Group on Korea, President 문재인 expressed gratitude for the support the U.S. Congress has provided in the advancement of the decades-old Seoul-Washington alliance.
7. Organizers of the Tokyo Olympics agreed on Thursday that for the first time in its 125 years history, the Summer Games will be held behind closed doors with no spectators allowed at venues.
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