South Korea on Sunday reported 61 new cases of COVID-19.
Almost two weeks since the country eased its social distancing rules, the number has been up and down.
The lower figure this weekend has been attributed partly to fewer tests being done.
Of the new cases, 50 are local and 11 imported.
They're mostly in the capital area 27 in Gyeonggi-do Province and 17 in Seoul.
Many are at nursing homes and hospitals, though there's a new cluster at a ballet school in Bucheon where at least 11 children were infected.