South Korea's daily number of COVID-19 cases has returned to the 50s after eight days.
The nation confirmed 51 new cases on Saturday, bringing the total amount to 11-thousand 719.
Most cases are related to Richway, a door-to-door sales company.
A total of 42 people have been infected from there.
Over 70 percent of them are elderly.
There is another growing cluster infection at a table tennis room here in Seoul.
So far, 17 people have tested positive.
The South Korean government has urged citizens once again to cancel face-to-face meetings, including religious gatherings over the weekend.
There were no new deaths, so the death toll remains at 273.