South Korea confirmed for the first time that Xintiandi had been to Wuhan, but it was unclear how many people there were.

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 South Korea confirmed for the first time that Xintiandi had been to Wuhan, but it was unclear how many people there were.


Novel coronavirus pneumonia has been upgraded to a high level from the previous high level of WHO.

He also said that novel coronavirus pneumonia in Iran, Italy and Korea is more serious.

Global novel coronavirus pneumonia is still escalated, and South Korea is more serious.

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Seoul, South Korea prosecuted the president of the new world church with manslaughter charges

Seoul city of Korea accused Li Wanxi and others of the new world church with manslaughter charges.

Some Xintiandi had been to Wuhan in January, but it is unclear how many people there are. At present, more than 1500 cases of Korean confirmed cases are related to Xintiandi church.

586 new cases a day in South Korea! There were 3736 cases in total, 18 cases died, and secondary infection occurred in some patients

South Korean experts predict: 40% of the people may be infected!

The epidemic situation in South Korea and Japan is of great concern

Is there a large number of South Koreans entering China in the near future?

Is there a large number of South Koreans entering China in the near future?

The majority of people entering from South Korea are mainland Chinese, accounting for about 70%.

The total number of flights between China, South Korea and Japan will be reduced next week

People wear masks on the streets of South Korea

Yonhap novel coronavirus pneumonia: 2 new cases of pneumonia in Korea

Novel coronavirus pneumonia has just been reported by South Korea, according to the news of the World Health Organization. 2 new cases of pneumonia were reported in South Korea.

Korean media: Seoul prosecuted the president of the new world church with manslaughter charges.

According to Yonhap news just now, Seoul City, South Korea, sued Li Wanxi, the president of the new world church, on charges of manslaughter.