South Korea has extended its worldwide travel advisory by another month as COVID-19 cases surge at home and abroad.
The advisory says people should avoid traveling overseas and to be extra careful if they're overseas right now.
The foreign ministry says it'll stay in place until at least September 18th, affecting regions not already covered by tighter restrictions.
The ministry has now extended the advisory four times since it was first imposed in March.
The advisory will be automatically lifted on September 19th if it's not extended again.