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S. Korea's health authorities to suspend biz operations of firms violating anti-virus measures Updated: 2020-12-30 10:50:05 KST

Detailed measures have been introduced in South Korea to punish businesses that don't abide by COVID-19 prevention measures like not checking face masks or properly listing entrants.
The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency says the new regulations come into force with immediate effect.
According to the revised rules, a warning will be given for the first violation.
A ten-day business suspension for a second violation, 20 day suspension for a third and a three month suspension for a fourth breach.
For facilties caught violating a fifth time, the agency will order the business be shut permanently.
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