South Korea confirmed 43 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.
30 of them are local transmissions, and most of them are from a recent church cluster of infections in the Seoul metropolitan area.
The latest cases come just two weeks after the government lifted the ban on church services and gatherings.
Hinting at possibly yet another two week long restriction on gatherings, local health authorities urged people to follow quarantine measures like wearing masks during services.
There was one new death, so the death toll now stands at 304.