How South Korea’s COVID-19 exit strategy is proving to be efficient
South Korea’s Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) reported no new domestic Coronavirus cases for the first time since February.
Out of the total 10,765 cases recorded, four new imported infections were reported – all of which were tested and tracked in the airport. Overall, 1,065 were imported cases. Among these cases, 9,059 have been discharged with a total of 247 deaths so far.
The health authorities also revealed that no local transmission of the infection occurred during the parliamentary election this month – where strict safety measures were in place for voters.
So, what makes South Korea’s COVID-19 exit strategy more efficient?
Watch our video to find out how the nation has tackled the pandemic.